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Attorney General Alberto Gonzales leaves legacy of damaged credibility at Justice.

After Gonzales, Justice seeks to regain trust of employees

Successor's job, department officials say, will be to improve morale at headquarters and U.S. attorneys' offices.

DHS agency issues payments to private security guards, reviews disputed claims

House lawmaker vows continued oversight of security contracting.

Senate returns to budget tangle

Prospects are growing that leaders will have to bundle appropriations bills into one or more "omnibus" spending packages.

GSA, Defense implement acquisition agreement

Memo signed late last year is designed to mesh the two organizations’ acquisition policies.

Hackers steal info on users of federal job site

Intruders gain access to names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of 146,000 job seekers, OPM says.

Upgraded network will relay data more rapidly than current radar-based system.

FAA awards landmark air traffic control contract

ITT wins $1.8 billion award to deploy new GPS-based systems.

Presidential hopefuls sign pledge to back federal funding search engine

Three candidates affirm commitment to implement legislation enhancing transparency of federal spending.

Iraq contractors' problems no impediment to finding new work

Firms repeatedly secure high-dollar procurements in spite of questionable performance records.

NASA report rebuts astronaut drinking allegations

Safety chief finds no evidence astronauts flew drunk, says agency has policies in place to prevent unsafe behavior.

Bright outlook projected for DHS technology services contract

Researchers say department should expect more and higher value task orders under its EAGLE program next year.