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Security agency doubled procurement spending in four years

Senior executive says National Security Agency is likely to double classified spending again by decade’s end.

The Fallen: A profile of U.S. troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan

Memorial Day is an appropriate moment to pause and take notice of those who have paid the ultimate price.

House panel schedules markup of Homeland Security bill

Committee will take up the first-ever authorization of the Homeland Security Department.

Threat warning creates confusion over homeland security roles

House Homeland Security Committee may hold hearings on how agencies issue threat warnings.

FBI unveils plan for better computers and information access for agents

New chief information officer challenges claims that the bureau has made little progress since 9/11.

Defense Department lacks staff to tackle security clearance backlog

Defense Security Service investigators complain about having to adapt to OPM's case management system.

Panel finds complexity slows U.S. antiterrorism spending

Despite the best intentions of all parties, money is slow to work its way through the pipeline.

Army requested company’s interrogators for Iraq prison

Interior inspector general will probe details of use of technology contract to hire interrogation services from CACI Inc.

CDC restructures to better battle bioterror

Reorganization effort also aimed at increasing focus on disease prevention.

Energy Department outlines plan for securing nuclear materials

The $450 million initiative involves creating a new organization within the National Nuclear Security Administration.