Appropriations committees plunge ahead on massive omnibus spending bill for consideration next week.
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The agency says it will begin publicly disclosing regulatory proposals that are reviewed by its five regulators.
Strategy is designed to make it as painful as possible for House Republicans to oppose $520 billion omnibus measure.
House chairman says contractor shouldn’t be paid if project doesn’t deliver on promises.
Spending measure could total $520 billion for 15 agencies; effort is designed to end budget stalemate.
Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center becomes first federal agency to receive prestigious Malcolm Baldrige award.
Procurement administrator encourages agencies to conduct risk and cost-benefit analyses, define performance metrics.
Retired Lt. Gen. James Peake says he will fight for needed money for health care if confirmed.
Subcommittees are working to hammer out deals on a bill-by-bill basis.
Will the 2008 election focus on national security and terrorism give way to a greater concern over the economy?