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New cyber chief faces challenges as DHS struggles

Homeland Security Department has not fully addressed any of the 13 cyber responsibilities that were assigned to the department when Congress created it more than two years ago, GAO says.

BRAC panel adds bases to closure list

Commissioners vote to consider closing or realigning several bases not on Pentagon’s list.

Pentagon officials defend base closure recommendations

BRAC panel questions Defense officials on reasoning behind locations on the list.

Chertoff seeks authority to hire policy czar, alter FEMA

DHS secretary plans to implement most of the changes by Oct. 1

Homeland overhaul would put new focus on telecom

Plan would create a new assistant secretary for cyber security and telecommunications.

BRAC commission lawyer: States must approve Guard changes

Defense Department plan to strip planes from 23 Air Guard units around the country might be unconstitutional.

Biotech officials pan implementation of Project Bioshield

HHS accused of moving too slowly to issue contracts for vaccines and treatments under the program.

House panel votes to give small states FEMA advocate

Newly created position would be designed to work on behalf of a list of a group of states with small populations.

DHS directorate to restructure aviation assets

New organization will have about 250 helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.

Cost of moving overseas bases elusive

Army's figure has grown in last several weeks and other services are now devising new cost estimates to relocate their troops.

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