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Final passage of budget blueprint likely next week

Delay should not affect the appropriations process, which is already off to a slow start.

Administration opposes hike in small business contracting goals

Official says tougher target would have “chilling effect” on agencies’ efforts to buy from small firms.

Iraq reconstruction IG subject of long-running investigation

Six former employees filed complaint more than a year ago with charges including wasteful spending.

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Negotiators aim to finish budget blueprint next week

Democrats are trying to make up ground for cuts and freezes in recent GOP spending bills.

Move comes as FAA faces wave of retirements in air traffic control workforce.

Bill aims to improve FAA labor negotiations process

Unsettled contract disputes would be brought before an independent, three-member arbitration board.

Agencies’ grades fall on e-gov section of OMB score card

Overall, ratings for management effectiveness are on the rise.

Controlling Themselves

Democrats are holding back on hot-button issues such as gun control, to appease voters.

Renovations to Iraqi Civil Defense Headquarters were undertaken after severe looting in 2003.

Iraq reconstruction projects fall back into disrepair

Funding, project management agencies say they have no authority to help Iraqis operate new equipment and maintain refurbished buildings.

Underestimating Giuliani

The former New York City mayor’s chances of winning the 2008 Republican presidential nomination still aren’t great, but they’re looking better.