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Lawmakers urged to make Web sites more accessible

Leaders from government and industry gathered on Capitol Hill Thursday to urge congressional offices to voluntarily make their Web sites more accessible to the disabled.

FAA contractors approved flight licenses for Sept. 11 suspect

The man suspected of flying a plane into the Pentagon on Sept. 11 obtained three federal flight licenses from private contractors working for the Federal Aviation Administration, an agency spokesman confirmed Thursday.

Big Homeland Security Department would spend big dollars

The proposed Department of Homeland Security would become one of the federal government’s largest spenders, with a procurement budget that would likely top $5 billion annually, acquisition experts say.

Pentagon unveils latest round of business reforms

The Defense Department this week issued its latest round of business reforms. They range from testing new ways to conduct public-private job competitions to lifting limits on procurement of goods and services.

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