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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.

Urban, rural divide marks debate over security aid

Plan to revamp the first responder spending formula met with contention.

Hawaiian lawmakers urge base-closing commission to forget Pearl Harbor

Initially spared in this base-closure round, the historic Hawaii base is getting a second look from BRAC commissioners.

Pennsylvania, Illinois take legal steps to halt base closures

Governors argue they weren't consulted about potential changes to National Guard units.

DHS information security plans lacking, GAO says

Computer security plans at Homeland Security Department criticized after 11-month cybersecurity review.

Bush praises FBI antiterror efforts

National Security Service seeks to help agents investigate crimes before and after they happen in order to prevent new attacks, president said.

Border Patrol seeks to expand program to remove illegal immigrants

Agency hopes to win approval from Homeland Security higher-ups to boost expedited removal efforts within weeks.

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