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Reporters' Roundup: tackling improper payments, and taming interagency contracting
Wednesday - 5/25/2011, 4:28pm EDT
These are the stories Federal News Radio reporters are working on today.
- The Office of Federal Procurement Policy is ready to add some rigor to interagency contracting.
Dan Gordon is the administrator of OFPP. He tells a Senate committee today, new regulations will add some more discipline to a process that has run amok over the last decade. Federal News Radio's Jason Miller has details.
- Administration officials told Congress today that federal agencies are taking a more aggressive approach than ever to improper payments and realizing that they need to share data in order to tackle the problem. Federal News Radio's Jared Serbu has the details.