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Arizona Border Patrol chief cites need for more resources, personnel

New agents are scheduled to be deployed to region, but will take up to two years to be fully trained.

Homeland Security management still 'high risk', GAO says

Challenges remain before DHS becomes efficient and effective, auditors report.

Senate OKs $81 billion supplemental spending bill

Measure is significantly different than House bill and Bush administration request.

Pentagon acquisition nominee faces tough questions

Kenneth Krieg promises to work with Congress to reduce acquisition cycle times, control costs and breathe new life into the defense industry.

Senate easily approves Negroponte as intelligence chief

Veteran diplomat becomes first national intelligence director.

Park Service could get homeland security dollars

The Park Service’s job of protecting the national parks has grown since Sept. 11, according to a lawmaker.

Homeland authorization to move before organizational changes

House Homeland Security panel chairman says bill will be "light on organizational changes" in deference to DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff's ongoing review of operations.

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