OMB: DOD Could Open Up Nearly Half of All Positions to Competition

By Thomas Duffy / October 8, 2003 at 5:00 AM
The Defense Department says the jobs performed by 45 percent of its total workforce could be opened up to competition among private-sector companies, according to a report issued late last month by the White House budget office. The Office of Management and Budget report is an update to one issued in July ( Defense Alert , July 14). It provides additional data on the competitive sourcing moves made by government agencies. The report also includes a government workforce summary and...

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