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Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., said the move will help improve faltering morale at the Homeland Security Department.

Open Office Space at Heart of Plan to Further Cut Costs of DHS Headquarters Move

GSA pushes new budget numbers based on greater use of shared office space.

Study: Soldiers’ Kids More Vulnerable to Abuse During and Right After Deployment

New research shows greater risk of abuse exists for infants and toddlers in the six months after a service member returns home from war.

Ex-Employees of Bankrupt Security Clearance Firm Aim to Resolve Some Unfinished Business

Former USIS workers pursue class action suit against onetime OPM, DHS contractor.

The Military Will Try to Shut Down the Islamic State's Oil Fields

The terror group gets an estimated $40 million a month in oil revenue.

Cyber ‘War Games’ against China, Iran and North Korea Set for 2016

The drills are expected to run uniformed service members, civilians and contractors through the motions of staving off a cyber assault.

Navy Taps Sandberg to Sponsor and Christen its Newest Submarine

The chief operating officer of Facebook, prominent activist and bestselling author is the new public face of the service.

New Defense Employees Will Be on Probation Longer

Legislation headed to the president would extend to two years the probationary period for new hires at the department.

The ‘P’ in Procurement Isn’t Just for Price, It’s for People Too

The low bid doesn't guarantee the best workers for the job.

Soldiers assigned to the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Honor Guard of Fort Campbell, Ky., lead the 2012 Veterans Day parade in Nashville.

Veterans Day Won't Spark a Substantive National Security Debate

Veterans Day underscores how the public and politicos focus on manufactured patriotism instead of actual national security experience and policy specifics.