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Commission: Problems plague intelligence community, despite reform efforts

Final report includes 74 recommendations, some of which are intended to clear up confusion created by new intelligence reform law.

Navy to hold online training sessions on Defense personnel system

Courses to include “change management, coaching, performance management, interpersonal communications, and strategic alignment and thinking.”

With top Air Force slots vacant, Pentagon takes over procurement programs

Action is "not a punitive one," says Defense undersecretary.

Cadet: Sexual assault scandal at academy is leadership’s fault

Beth Davis, who said she was raped while at the Air Force Academy, hopes the military takes panel’s recommendations seriously.

DHS beefs up security along Arizona-Mexico border

Move comes just days before hundreds of citizens are scheduled to descend on the area to make the case that the government is not doing enough to stop illegal immigration.

Lawmakers fault changes in Coast Guard acquisition program

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, laments that the agency has stretched the time frame for completing the Deepwater program to as long as 25 years.

New chief selected to lead U.S. Park Police

Former chief Teresa Chambers vows to continue legal battle to win back the position.

Defense policies on GSA contracts are confusing, officials say

New Pentagon rules on use of GSA and other non-Defense contracts were implemented after discovery of procurement abuses.

Strategy trumps money on intelligence reform, says former governor

Homeland Security Department must shift focus from vulnerabilities to threats, says former Virginia Gov. James Gilmore.