Agency watchdog wants more power to target contractors

Labor Department office tosses Bush-era rules and wants more power to investigate companies about pay discrimination.

Government urged to stop meddling in hiring practices

An industry group and others are complaining about a proposal to make contractors use employees from incumbent contractors who lose.

Contractors' hiring options would get squeezed by new Labor rule

A trade organization for federal contractors is opposing a Labor Department proposed rule that would require new service contractors to offer jobs to some workers from the predecessor contract.

Labor Department launches its open-gov Web site

Along with making new datasets available to the public, the Labor Department launched its open-government Web site ahead of schedule.

CSC wins $21M Alliant task order from EEOC

Computer Sciences Corp. will provide managed services to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under a seven-year, $21 million task order.

Labor looks for vet-owned firm for IT services work

The Labor Department is soliciting proposals for a five-year support contract for a broad range of IT support services.

Networx awards: Commerce, Labor, State lead the pack

The General Services Administration has released a list of 86 federal agencies that have awarded contracts to telecom providers through the Networx contract.