The anticipated departures are likely due to frustration over opposition to the Boeing tanker leasing deal, sources say.
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The government is spending more on security but making poor investments, think-tank study concludes.
Officials say effort to restructure network of overseas facilities is driven by short-term needs.
Biggest obstacle remains whether the Defense secretary or a new national intelligence director should have budget authority for the Pentagon's intelligence assets.
Darleen Druyun’s admission she favored Boeing in key contracts leads to wide-ranging probe.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau has taken on core jobs previously performed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, but still faces staffing and budgeting challenges.
Under the initiative, more than $600 million will be invested in upgrading or replacing homes for sailors and their families.
New proposal gives ground on the issue of whether the Pentagon should retain control over part of the intelligence budget.
Court upholds Energy's move to cancel a $179 million contract after finding Lockheed Martin failed to clean up nuclear waste site.
Federal judge ordered FDA to reevaluate vaccine.