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Investigation finds flaws in DHS export controls

Customs and Border Protection bureau says it is making changes to improve enforcement.

Defense bill delay could alter plans to fight base closures

Amendment to put off BRAC might not come up for debate until after independent commission has completed its work.

Senator moves to rescue Coast Guard acquisition initiative

House appropriators cut $466 million from President Bush's request of $966 million for the Deepwater program.

Lawmakers rip Pentagon plan to relocate civilian employees

House panel questions why employees at Defense facilities need security standards more stringent than those for other federal workers.

Money for transit protection redirected, official says

Only $20 million spent on transit security in fiscal 2004.

Program on border surveillance faces reconfiguration

DHS secretary mum on details about pending changes to America's Shield Initiative.

New DHS policy shop will tackle border security, illegal immigration

Critics say proposed reorganization misses the mark when it comes to securing borders and stemming the flow of illegal aliens.

Homeland Security begins training managers on new personnel system

More than 12,000 managers will attend sessions between now and October.

GAO: Defense Department management weaknesses persist

Four years and $318 million in spending by the Pentagon was not enough to establish a strong enterprise architecture.

SES system may pave way for performance-based pay

Shift to pay-for-performance in senior ranks spurs curiosity at lower levels, say panelists at Excellence in Government conference.

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