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Contractor health care measure remains in Defense spending bill

Language prevents Pentagon from granting contractors an advantage in public-private job competitions if they pay less in employee health premiums than the government does.

Group uses Web to urge high-tech border fence

Conservative organization calls on Congress to build a state-of-the-art fence along the southern U.S. border to stop illegal immigration into the country.

As some in GOP weigh more cuts, deficit picture improves--for now

Senate budget chief solicits ideas for spending reductions, including freezing congressional pay raises and federal cost-of-living-adjustments.

House Democrats push Homeland Security reorganization bill

Proposed legislation keeps FEMA intact, recommends merging ICE and CBP.

Lawmakers demand details on Katrina spending

Fraud and mistakes in $60 billion worth of contracting "unacceptable," says House subcommittee chairman.

Judge rejects DHS attempt at revising personnel rules

Rules still don’t go far enough in protecting collective bargaining rights, federal judge rules.

Energy unit paid contractor award fees despite poor performance

Agency lacked clear evaluation plan, inspector general report says.