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Telecom immunity is not only spying concern

Some observers say the most critical question is who ultimately authorizes the overarching spying program.

GAO validates use of no-cost contract

Maryland contractor offered federal agencies free event planning services in exchange for ability to collect registration, sponsorship fees.

Forward Observer: Military's Anguish

The stage is set for our armed services to relive the worst days of the 1970s.

Bush demands vote on Defense funding

President opposes legislation backed by Democratic leaders that would offer a schedule for withdrawal of U.S. troops.

Office of Special Counsel sees progress in Hatch Act probe

A team is reviewing thousands of documents and has begun interviewing officials at smaller agencies.

Tech problems hamper drug agency, report says

FDA Science Board Advisory Committee calls IT issues at agency "problematic" and potentially "dangerous."

Wikipedia users burnish GSA administrator's image

User-edited page is mostly scrubbed of allegations that Lurita Doan violated the Hatch Act.

House Appropriations chair floats cutting earmarks further

Cuts could derail goal of completing work on two bills expected to pass next week.

IG: Coal safety agency stinting on mine inspections

Report says Mine Safety and Health Administration's inspector force was sharply cut between 2002 and 2006.

OMB sets standards for contracting officials

Office of Federal Procurement Policy establishes training and competency requirements for contracting officer technical representatives.