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Chairman of 9/11 commission calls on Pentagon to support reform

Panel chief says he senses resistance from Defense Department on some recommendations for intelligence overhaul.

Navy appoints new leader for NMCI

Rear Adm. James Godwin will take control of the $8 billion Navy Marine Corps Intranet program.

Lawmakers worry that homeland security overshadows civil rights

FBI criticized for surveillance of activists planning to protest during the Republican National Convention.

9/11 commissioners cite continued gaps in transportation security

Nearly three years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, panel says the federal government still lacks strategic plans for infrastructure protection.

Panel ponders mechanics of naming Intelligence Director

The new director would serve as an adviser who oversees domestic and foreign intelligence.

Democrats should focus more on intelligence reform, legislator says

Democrats could pay a political price during the November elections if they oppose Goss’ nomination too vigorously.

Troop realignment could cut Defense civilian jobs

As many as 70,000 troops would be removed from Europe or Asia, President Bush announced Monday.

GAO: Pentagon lacks management plan for protecting personnel, installations

Government auditors found that Defense’s most recent report on installation protection needs more detail and tangible goals.