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Boeing critic under consideration for top acquisition post

Ken Krieg is considered a key adviser in Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's inner circle.

Bush administration plan to reform civil service draws union ire

The General Schedule overhaul is part of the president's fiscal 2006 budget proposal due to be released on Feb. 7.

Former FBI officials decry bureau management

Whistleblowers say bureau is plagued with mismanagement that hampers national security and counterterrorism investigations.

DHS personnel system unveiled

Unions to file lawsuit asking court to halt implementation of the new system.

Panel investigates military family TRICARE complaints

Families claim revamped health care system fails to adequately cover special-needs children.

House chairman backs Defense intelligence unit

Says Pentagon efforts to beef up human intelligence gathering "will save American lives."

Law could cut security clearance backlog by September, House chair says

Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis, R-Va., calls for action on "huge problem" that has “cost the government likely hundreds of millions of dollars.”

Rumsfeld trip before budget release sparks questions

Proposed budget cuts in major weapons systems could draw tough questions from lawmakers.