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Contractors seek delay in USAID vetting system

Trade association cites “numerous ambiguities” in system aimed at ensuring foreign aid funds don’t go to groups associated with terrorism.

FAA to award contract to upgrade air traffic system

GPS-based system has proved to be “truly amazing” in tests in Alaska, commuter airline president says.

Contracting offices face increased oversight

Democrats on Capitol Hill have put the spotlight on procurement.

Small businesses struggle to swim with big fish

But that may change as legislators press federal agencies to increase the amount of business they send to small firms.

Bush and Gonzales in a 2005 photo.

Bush accepts attorney general's resignation

Alberto Gonzales says he will leave Sept. 17; Solicitor General Paul Clement named acting attorney general.

Speculation begins on potential Gonzales successor

List of possible nominees includes DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, other high-ranking federal officials.

Procurement spending continues upward climb

Driven by the war effort and health-related expenditures, federal procurement is skyrocketing.

Politics, war drawdown will determine Defense spending

Democrats on Capitol Hill unlikely to put on the brakes immediately, but pullout from Iraq looms in 2008.

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New ethics legislation could affect Cabinet-level executives

Bill would extend cooling-off period for senior executives who leave, urge broadening of restrictions that now apply to congressional staffers.

Officer overseeing Iraq reconstruction projects urges patience

Security requirements are making the projects especially challenging, Army Corps official says in interview with Government Executive .