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Bush, senior officials mum on whether ‘Deep Throat’ is a hero

Defense Secretary Rumsfeld said federal workers can easily report wrongdoing today, drawing sharp criticism from a leading whistleblower advocate.

House aims to refocus agency's counterterrorism role

Spending bill would cut the DHS information analysis and infrastructure protection directorate budget by $5.8 million.

Report: Border Patrol overlooked managers in kickback scheme

Lower-level agents punished after whistleblower allegations, but Office of Special Counsel says higher-ups escaped scrutiny.

BRAC panel, lawmakers visit New England bases

Site visits likely the only time commissioners will tour the massive facilities before submitting their recommendations to the White House on Sept. 8.

Senators threaten to subpoena base closing documents

Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., demand all base realignment and closure information, including handwritten notes and telephone logs.

Justice budget focused on using info to combat terrorism

More than $500 million of fiscal 2006 budget request targeted to information technology projects.

Northrop Grumman drops out of Los Alamos competition

Defense contractor’s decision leaves two major bidders for the management contract.

Senators seek probe of base closing timetable

Senate Governmental Affairs leaders ask GAO to evaluate if Pentagon's recommendations appear to be "pre-ordained."

Bid to reduce funding for base closing initiative fails in House

Amendment allowing Congress to withhold funding until Pentagon officials release all BRAC information survives.

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