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Homeland Security agency begins hiring after lengthy hiatus

DHS officials say financial problems at Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau that led to hiring freeze are being addressed.

Virginia lawmakers get last chance to salvage jet base

About 10,000 military and civilian jobs are on the line at Master Jet Base at Oceana Naval Air Station.

Base closing panel winding up process

Site visits to wrap up next week, followed by several weeks of deliberations as commission prepares its recommendations.

Lawmakers push Pentagon over science, tech programs

Bill would authorize $10.9 billion for science and technology programs.

Pentagon employees seek continued hold on anthrax vaccination program

Plaintiffs argue that vaccine used in the program has never been formally found safe or approved for use against inhalation anthrax.

Transportation agency in data flap with Alaskans

Group alleges agency may have destroyed personal travel records.

NMCI poll shows slight increase in user satisfaction

User satisfaction uptick in some Navy organizations allows EDS to earn first incentive payments.

DHS touts success of anti-gang operation

As many as 950 of those arrested are eligible for deportation, officials say.

Senator urges recess appointments for key Pentagon posts

The nominations of Gordon England to be deputy Defense secretary and Eric Edelman to be undersecretary for policy are in limbo.

Homeland Security woos scientists, engineers for science and tech division

Officials want to develop interest in homeland security-related research.

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