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FBI Leadership Communications on Comey Firing Contradict White House

John Bennett, special agent in charge in San Francisco, wrote at the time, “These events are hard to hear and harder to comprehend.”

Fifth CR to March 22, 1-Year DACA Extension In Play as Contractor Concern Mounts

Continuing resolutions are costing government suppliers money, and planning for the budget stopgap measures and foregone hiring sap current funds.

First OASIS Contract On Ramp Adds 31 Small Accounting and R&D Firms

Awards went to companies in accounting, tax preparation and social science and humanities research and development.

Bill Would Require DHS Agencies to Coordinate on Contracts

“When agencies work together before making big purchases, they can avoid wasteful spending and duplication,” McCaskill said in introducing the bill.

CBO: Government Runs Out of Borrowing Power in Early March

Faulure to raise the debt limit will "ultimately lead to delays of payments for government activities, a default on the government’s debt obligations, or both."

Buying Rules Stymie Innovation, Industry Tells DHS

Department says said contractors should let department procurement staff know when the requirements are unduly narrow in prescribing how work should be done or exact equipment to be used.

DHS Retools Government Internet Connection for the Cloud Era

Department wants to lessen the "trombone effect," which slows network to and from the cloud and makes it harder for agencies to use as-a-service applications.

Window for Employers to Compete for 78,000 H-1B Visas Begins April 2

The window for applications for 2019 visas likely will last just a week.
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