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Tricare pharmacy program recovers from rocky beginning

Claims being processed at high volumes after initial computer glitch is resolved.

Whistleblowers ask federal workers to come forward with 9/11 evidence

Justice Department moves to prevent whistleblower, Congress and federal court from disclosing information about attacks.

Privacy group sues TSA, Justice over airline passenger data

Complaint alleges agencies have failed to adequately respond to Freedom of Information Act requests.

Defense Department drafts stronger software security rules

More stringent requirements could be in place by the end of next year.

Official: Technology won't stand in way of transfer of threat analysis

There are no technological barriers to transferring authority for analyzing intelligence on terrorist threats from CIA to Homeland Security.

Frustrated intelligence reformers see window of opportunity

Forty studies dating back almost to the birth of the CIA have lamented that no one's really in charge of the nation's intelligence apparatus.

Pentagon: No timetable for review of overseas troop levels

Lawmakers want information on returning troops in preparation for the next round of base closures.

NIH official touts progress on biological defenses

Efforts include continued efforts to develop new vaccines against smallpox and anthrax.

Contractor vows to continue work on $10 billion border system

Lawmakers decry Homeland Security Department’s decision to award contract to Accenture because company is based in Bermuda.