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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.

Senate votes to give military health care to Guard, Reserves

House lawmakers stripped similar language from its version of the bill.

Illinois sues to block proposal to move jets

State officials strike first blow against BRAC recommendations.

Turf wars likely to erupt over DHS reorganization proposal

House and Senate committee chairmen have been fighting to retain jurisdiction ever since the debate over the department's creation in 2002.

Veto threat raised against any attempts to delay BRAC

White House issues warning shot to opponents of base closures.

Senate kicks off Defense authorization bill debate

A coalition of senators may mount one last campaign to stop the BRAC process.

Senate unanimously increases funding for vehicle armor

Bill would boost vehicle armor funding by $445 million.

Threat interpretation may be biggest barrier to warding off attacks

Reorganizing intelligence agencies and beefing up their budgets not enough, critics say.

DHS policy shop may reshape agency priorities

Assistant secretary nominee served with WMD panel and in NSA position.

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