Democratic presidential standard-bearer John Kerry pledged Wednesday to cut 100,000 federal contractor jobs and to freeze agencies’ travel spending in an effort to trim the federal budget deficit.
Hundreds of new immigration enforcement jobs, including 236 personnel to find aliens that have defied final deportation orders, would be created under President Bush’s fiscal 2005 budget proposal.
FAA workers will join forces with a top IT firm to compete in one of the largest A-76 competitions in government.
The Office of Management and Budget has asked federal agencies to craft plans for letting contractors bid on federal jobs from now through 2008.
OMB will ask agencies to create multi-year plans for opening federal jobs to private sector competition as a prerequisite for receiving a “green” rating in competitive sourcing.
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