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Study shows health IT efforts worthwhile

The review of 154 other studies found that 92 percent were positive overall.

Patent bill passes Senate, House hurdles lie ahead

If enacted, the legislation would be the first major overhaul of the patent system in more than half a century.

SEC's Shapiro comes under fire for general counsel's Madoff conflict

Lawmakers ask for details about the hiring of David Becker, who received $2 million from a Madoff investment, according to a New York Times report.

OPM’s John Berry defended federal employees’ pay and benefits.

OPM’s Berry grilled by lawmakers on pay freeze

Conservative analysts tell panel federal workers earn more than private sector counterparts, but call Obama’s two-year freeze badly targeted.

Wednesday's spending votes will lay markers

Senate plan would cut $57 billion from current discretionary spending levels.

OPM looks to boost hiring of military spouses

Proposed rule expands noncompetitive appointment eligibility for spouses when service members are disabled or killed.

Army skeptical of fixed-price contracts

Service’s top acquisition official tells industry group he prefers cost-type contracts so that vendors share in the financial risk.

It’s Nobody’s Turn

Not even political professionals have a clue who will be the Republican presidential nominee.

'Gang of six' close to deficit reduction proposal

Plan is similar to the one proposed by fiscal commission led by Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles.

Walker calls Dems' 'border meeting' request 'ridiculous'

Wisconsin governor says he has been negotiating "for days" to end state's stalemate on collective bargaining.