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Defense authorization bill may be sidelined until after elections

Disagreement over potential federal court security and anti-gang immigration additions delays conference report.

Groups join to advocate more FDA funding

Agency's appropriations have not kept pace with those of its sister agencies, former HHS secretary says.

Congress agrees to merger of GSA funds

Bill’s enactment would allow the agency to finish combining two procurement organizations.

U.S. needs harmonious IT standards, official says

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator says his agency seeks to use technology to help achieve the best health care at the lowest cost.

Guidelines for financial consolidation draw fire

Document lacks clarity and may allow agencies to outsource federal jobs without competition, labor union officials argue.

Life Insurance Options, Part Two

The second in a two-part series on the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance program.

Negotiators reach agreement on Defense spending bill

Congress expects to pass only the Defense and Homeland Security appropriations bills by Oct. 1, the start of the new fiscal year.