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GOP's Tumbling Numbers

Recent surveys show that congressional Republicans in competitive races next year have good reason to be nervous.

House panel takes aim at Army Corps' contract practices

Lawmakers take aim at longstanding tradition of using "continuing contracts" for large construction projects.

FBI whistleblower mulls House race

Coleen Rowley is considering running as a Democrat for seat held by Rep. John Kline, R-Minn.

Homeland Security appeals for personnel funding

Agency asks Congress to reverse House vote diverting funds from implementation of new system.

Homeland Security panel to broaden oversight agenda

Upcoming hearings will cover chemical plant security, port security, cargo inspections and agriculture terrorism.

Prime contractors vexed by reimbursement rules

Vendors cite confusing guidelines on what they can charge agencies for work done by subcontractors under GSA schedule contracts.

OSC chief defends management of agency

Lawmakers question head of Office of Special Counsel on efforts to transfer employees and cut agency’s backlog of whistleblower complaints.

House subpanel OKs $57 billion for Justice, Commerce and State

Bill would increase funding for FBI, Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Marshals Service and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.