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House GOP: Did DOE break the law on Solyndra?

Lawmakers release e-mails citing Treasury Department concerns about loan guarantees.

Obama order will require agencies to better secure classified info

So-called "WikiLeaks" executive order has been long awaited by the national security establishment.

Romney: Don’t cut Pentagon budget

GOP presidential contender says any savings from reducing administrative costs should be invested in the military.

Consumer bureau nomination remains divisive

Senate panel’s approval of Cordray buoys consumer groups, but GOP opponents stand firm.

Suspension and debarment could discourage rebate schemes

The threat of no longer doing business with the government might prevent food service contractors from overbilling USDA and Defense, witnesses tell Senate panel.

Agencies can improve suspension and debarment process, says GAO

Six agencies are flagged as inactive in listing contractors guilty of fraud or poor performance.

Energy official in charge of program that gave Solyndra a loan is leaving

Secretary Steven Chu says Jonathan Silver, who is heading to a think tank, would have been welcome to stay on if he'd wanted to.

Cyberattack: 10 big targets

What sectors and operations overseen by the federal government are most likely to fall victim to Advanced Persistent Threats?

GAO recommends OMB help fund long-term efficiency initiatives

Upfront investments in projects to streamline operations can help save money down the road, report says.

Former Defense chief meets with House Republicans

Rumsfeld warns GOP lawmakers about the dangers of assigning a specific amount in spending cuts without reviewing the department's strategy and priorities.