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Lawmakers mull Homeland Security reorganization plan

DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff takes revamp plan to the Hill, but some lawmakers come out swinging with criticisms.

DoD, panel set date to discuss overseas troop relocation

Cost estimates for move as high as $25 billion.

Subcommittee raps space program costs, delays

Lawmakers concerned that repeated issues with key space programs are sign of larger problems with the Pentagon's weapons-buying practices.

Dueling Senate bills target immigration, border security

Bills would revamp visa program, as well as enhance enforcement and border security.

Senators attach first responder formula change to spending bill

Lawmakers from "higher-risk" urban areas look to get changes more favorable to them into the conference report.

DHS reorganization won’t stop implementation of personnel rules

Rules still slated to go into effect Aug. 1; some top-level positions would receive title, pay changes.

Chertoff unveils Homeland Security revamp plan

TSA, ICE and CPB chiefs would report directly to secretary under reorganization.

Management directorate left intact under DHS overhaul plans

Undersecretary for Management Janet Hale will keep her position.

Senate showdown looms over first-responder funding

Two senators have offered legislation to revamp the spending formula as an amendment to the fiscal 2006 Homeland Security appropriations measure.

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