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Pentagon says urgent action needed on defense spending bill

Dec. 1 military pay day could all be jeopardized if lawmakers cannot agree on fiscal 2006 spending levels before Thanksgiving break.

Oversight of hurricane relief efforts keeps inspectors general busy

More than 90 investigations result in 23 arrests and 12 indictments.

Marine Corps leader comfortable with troop levels

More money needed for equipment repairs and overhauls, commandant says.

Passwords reset after breach of Navy-Marine Corps network

Intrusion did not compromise sensitive information, spokesman says.

Audit finds gaps in FEMA’s database security

Lapses leave sensitive emergency preparedness information vulnerable, inspector general says.

Unions file suit challenging Defense personnel system

Labor leaders say rules illegally restrict collective bargaining rights.

Frequent flier program raises privacy, security questions

TSA plans to complete nationwide registered traveler program by next summer.

Maine senators want Pentagon to donate shuttered bases

Measure would require Pentagon to first offer property to local communities before seeking private developers.

Thousands of volunteer feds staff Katrina relief effort

More than 7,500 civil servants have assisted as volunteers, with offers to help still arriving.

DHS releases draft infrastructure protection plan

Public has until Dec. 5 to submit comments.