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Pentagon procurement chief headed to GSA

Deidre Lee will join agency’s new Federal Acquisition Service.

Overseas basing panel concerned about pace of relocations

At issue is whether the Pentagon can work quickly enough to prepare housing and training sites for the influx of troops, and whether the military has adequate air and sea lift to transport soldiers to foreign hot spots.

Republicans mull options on filling VA budget shortfall

Veterans Affairs Secretary James Nicholson told House and Senate lawmakers Tuesday that the agency would have enough money through internal accounting moves to cover gaps in funding this year.

Bush moves to overhaul intelligence community

President accepts almost all recommendations of reform commission amid mounting criticism of mismanagement and failures within intelligence agencies.

TSA says more money needed for airline security program

Agency has missed many deadlines for its Secure Flight program.

Yucca Mountain e-mail author denies allegations

Employee tells lawmakers references to falsified data were misinterpreted.

Panel cites security gaps, creeping complacency

Former government officials outline obstacles to improving national security.

Adjutants general take aim at Air Force consolidation plan

Officials argue that removing transport and fighter planes from Air Guard bases and consolidating them would hurt recruiting and retention.