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Lawmakers seek more disaster relief contracts for small businesses

Bill would require DHS to create a new database of small, disadvantaged companies available for recovery work.

House chairman seeks to speed talks on Defense bill

Authorization bill approves military personnel accounts, including bonuses that would expire before Congress returns in January.

Congress OKs funds to fortify planes against attack

But House lawmakers said preliminary results of program "are not entirely encouraging."

Former NASA executive to head Homeland Security aviation unit

Michael Kostelnik to step in during difficult transition period for new aviation wing.

Pentagon launches electronic health record system

System will be fully deployed by December 2006.

Tech projects listed among Justice’s top management challenges

Upgrading and integrating IT systems remains a hurdle, IG says.

Politics might trump massive Defense review

Pentagon leaders need to lay groundwork to build support on Capitol Hill for Quadrennial Defense Review proposals, analysts say.

Hurricanes have little influence on citizen preparedness, report finds

DHS considers placing disparate citizen preparedness efforts under single roof.

Talks on finalizing Defense spending bill put off

Appropriators have not set meeting to craft final conference report, leaving funding issues unresolved nearly two months into new fiscal year.

House passes military construction bill after deal is struck

Bill provides $82.6 billion for veterans’ health care, military construction, housing and related agencies.

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