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Contractor problems hold up border fence project

Boeing was supposed to develop an integrated system for 28 miles of border in Arizona by June, but technical glitches have slowed progress.

GSA to transfer 250 acquisition employees

Agency will move workers in branch losing money to new jobs.

Reaction to queries on DHS contract raises suspicion

House committee aides say department’s handling of questions on apparent no-bid arrangement has heightened their concern.

Spending bill amended with provision to strengthen IGs

Language would require VA to develop a Web tool for reporting waste, fraud or abuse; similar amendments are in progress for other appropriations bills.

GAO urges Air Force to again reopen helicopter contract

Winning bidder argues that delays caused by starting over again would hurt soldiers fighting overseas; other companies applaud GAO decision.

Nussle confirmed as OMB director

Surprising number of Senate Democrats cross aisle to support former House Budget Committee chair.

Davis is likely to run for Senate seat being vacated by John Warner, R-Va.

Open Senate race could reshape contracting oversight in House

If Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., were to vacate his seat, contractors would lose one of their strongest advocates in the chamber.

Senators urge stronger federal oversight of coal mines

Mine safety chief defends his agency’s record, saying it is too soon to assign blame for Utah collapse.

Feeling the Pain

These days, it seems like nothing is going the Republican Party's way.

Gansler headed Defense acquisition from 1997 to 2001.

Head of Army contracting review seeks to avoid pointing fingers

Jacques Gansler says group will look at existing procedures, but focus will be on the future.