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Oversight of homeland security issues called weak

Structural reforms on Capitol Hill fall short, experts say.

TSA chief says aviation attacks still pose greatest risk

Although 9/11 panel found maritime or surface transportation have greater risk of attack, aviation continues to draw most dollars.

GAO cites confusion over homeland security responsibilities

Auditors find that multiple departments share responsibility for key initiatives, raising questions about overall coordination.

More Air Force contracts under scrutiny in procurement scandal

Eight additional Air Force deals worth about $3 billion will be scrutinized.

Senator offers alternative appropriations overhaul

If Senate followed House plan, Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, would end up losing her subcommittee chairmanship.

Administration restricts spending on passenger screening system

DHS still allowed to assign risk levels to passengers and prevent them from boarding planes while system is being tested.

Senator urges go-slow approach to personnel reform

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, wants to see the results of efforts at Homeland Security and Defense before taking reform governmentwide.

Chertoff nomination stalls over Guantanamo Bay questions

Holdup over contentious FBI memo and debate on class-action overhaul measure pushes back Senate vote until next week.