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Senators ask Rumsfeld to allow military personnel to talk to base closing panel

The lawmakers asked Rumsfeld to assure them that members of the military would not be discharged, demoted or face any other penalties for providing information to the commission.

Officials: Real intelligence reform could take 10 years

Reformers defeat first attempt to roll back powers of new national intelligence director, but expect more battles to come.

Pentagon gets more time to declassify base-closing data

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs leaders give Pentagon four more days to deliver information.

Lobbyists, legislators still await full release of BRAC info

Defense Department officials generated hundreds of thousands of pages of documents when making their list of base-closure recommendations.

FBI names new chief of information management project

Agency's CIO disputes reports that new system, designed to replace failed Virtual Case File project, will cost nearly $800 million.

White House redactions on tanker lease deal report raise ire

Leaders on Senate Armed Services Committee say administration withheld too much information from e-mails and other documents.

Three Homeland Security panel members mull run for chairmanship

Slot will open up if if Senate confirms current panel chairman Christopher Cox, R-Calif., to serve as the next Securities and Exchange Commission chief.

Homeland security officials set to implement organizational changes

DHS chief set to announce actions to be taken as a result of review of all of department's operations.

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