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Congressman Jim Moran tells Federal News Radio about his efforts to delay a BRAC move to Alexandria's Mark Center.
Republican and Democratic leaders in the Senate are still debating the 2011 defense authorization bill, but the lame-duck Congress may put off a vote until next year.
The Wall Street Journal reports that private security firms are signing onto an international code of conduct in the fact of recent controversies.
It's possible Congress could revisit the Don't Ask issue in a lame-duck session, but that is also uncertain.
It's John McCain versus Lady Gaga on Tuesday as the Senate takes up the emotional issue of repealing the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
An organization representing companies that sell to the federal government is worried about newly approved provisions of the Defense Appropriation Bills now pending in the House and Senate. The Professional Services Council is worried that the provisions could cause more harm than good to contractors, and in some cases, were approved without the benefit of rigorous debate on their potential to affect the contracting community.
WFED's Max Cacas reports.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell and Joint Strike Fighter issues are only the beginnings of the hurdles for the bill. Jodi Schneider, Senior Editor at American Banker, explains.
Military pay raise for 2011 will stay at 1.4% in Senate version of Defense Authorization Bill.
Cybersecurity provisions stuffed in Defense Appropriations bill, Cyberattack hits Treasury Credit Union