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Transportation agency in data flap with Alaskans

Group alleges agency may have destroyed personal travel records.

NMCI poll shows slight increase in user satisfaction

User satisfaction uptick in some Navy organizations allows EDS to earn first incentive payments.

DHS touts success of anti-gang operation

As many as 950 of those arrested are eligible for deportation, officials say.

Senator urges recess appointments for key Pentagon posts

The nominations of Gordon England to be deputy Defense secretary and Eric Edelman to be undersecretary for policy are in limbo.

Homeland Security woos scientists, engineers for science and tech division

Officials want to develop interest in homeland security-related research.

Bid protest slows Pentagon’s electronic travel program

A revised solicitation, to be released in August, could include fixed prices due to GAO ruling.

More DHS overhaul details revealed

Secretary Michael Chertoff plans to eliminate a layer of bureaucracy.

Judge calls on DHS, Justice to improve legal proceedings for noncitizens

Poor records, swamped courts, little representation hamper due process, jurist tells conference.

Bill's language reflects state's effort to woo base closing panel

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., tried to insert language in a spending bill that would have reopened a Montana airfield, shut down in 1996.

Rice proposes State Department reorganization

Plan would merge two offices to create new Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation.