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IG finds Army mismanaged contingency operations support contract

Service allowed scope of the deal to grow without fostering competition, or taking proper precautions to protect proprietary data, report says.

Watchdog: IRS stretched thin by new missions

Taxpayer advocate says agency isn't well-equipped for its upcoming role in paying out billions of dollars in benefits under the new health insurance law.

HHS shifts new health insurance oversight office to CMS

Move could protect newly created office from Republican House appropriators who want to defund key parts of health reform law.

House oversight panel Democrats get more aggressive

Committee’s ranking member vows to “do everything in our power” to stop any GOP witch hunts.

House speaker: Action on debt ceiling to avert shutdown must be tied to budget cuts

John Boehner says 'meaningful action' needed to end 'job-killing spending binge in Washington.'

Gates takes ax to Defense programs to end ‘culture of endless money’

Department identifies $154 billion in proposed efficiencies though ending weapons programs, changing business practices.

From Nextgov.com: Key lawmaker wants to limit full-body screening at airports

Legislation would bar TSA from using advanced imaging technology scanners for primary inspection.

Report: Navy on track to meet energy efficiency targets

Study reiterates the service's goals to reduce energy usage and dependence.

Inspector general for Afghanistan relieves two deputies

Under fire from lawmakers, chief auditor of U.S. spending in war zone says he’s bringing in new blood to improve efforts to curb waste and overspending.


GOP leader stands by promise of $100 billion in cuts

Majority Leader Eric Cantor pledges no retreat on overall target as it becomes clear Republicans won't be able to hit it this fiscal year.