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Panel: Prison abuses reveal ‘string of failures’

Independent panel's assessment stops short of calling for resignations of Pentagon leaders.

Lawmakers seek incentives to reduce classification of information

Hearing on 9/11 panel recommendation will examine how excessive secrecy impedes information-sharing.

FBI chief struggling to turn rhetoric into action

Critics say there is a considerable gap between the plans announced at FBI headquarters and the reality in the field.

Border and customs officials cite low morale, security gaps

Union releases survey of 500 Border Patrol agents and Customs and Border Protection officers.

Senate chairman unveils intelligence reform proposal

Idea to put parts of the CIA and Defense Department under the control of a new national intelligence director runs into swift opposition.

Lawmaker questions demise of government technology task force

The task force was disbanded in January despite having a lengthy research agenda, dedicated staff and budget to carry its work through 2004.

Navy personnel question customer satisfaction survey results

A survey on Navy Marine Corps Intranet customer satisfaction has sparked a flood of anger from frustrated network users.

Border officials say they are unprepared to protect nation

New survey comes after 9/11 commission concludes that border security should be strengthened.

Tech companies procure federal experts for board slots

Companies that want a cut of federal IT dollars are looking for people who know how to do business with the federal government.