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Small firms fare well in GSA office supply contract

Eleven of 13 slots in contract to provide efficient, affordable choices for procuring supplies go to small companies.

Agencies are relying more on their own contract vehicles, analyst says.

Research firm lowers expectations for GSA tech services contract

Report says spending through Alliant vehicle may be only $7.5 billion, well short of its $50 billion ceiling.

IT, metal industries fighting over proposed Defense rule

Change would let the Pentagon buy commercial ready-made weapons parts without determining if they contain metals produced overseas.

EPA, VA clear officials who appeared in religious video

Officials did not appear in uniform and weren’t identified by title.

FSA Administrator Teresa Lasseter says she will take complaints "very seriously."

USDA agency launches inquiry into lobbying e-mail

Officials say they are looking into complaints that employees violated prohibitions against political activity by encouraging co-workers to oppose legislation.

Senate aims to avoid catch-all spending bill

Republicans would relish omnibus measure as evidence the Democrats have gone back on their pledge of open government.

Report says Defense weighed audit findings on questioned payments

GAO work appears to counter claims that a settlement on disputed contract charges ignored the auditors.

Busy Intersection

In as many as four states, candidates may have to choose between running for the Senate and angling for a spot on their party's national ticket.

Report finds gaps in compliance with financial management law

About 70 percent of agencies are failing to meet at least one requirement, auditors say.

Proenza is currently on leave, slated for assignment to a training job.

Lawmakers back ousted hurricane center chief

Two Democrats seek to reinstate Bill Proenza to the position he held before being forced out as the nation's chief hurricane forecaster.