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Appropriators recognize Pentagon tech needs

Spending bill committee report signals that lawmakers understand importance of technology.

State, local officials lukewarm on base-closing delay

Many say they’d just as soon get the process over with next year, and not delay it until 2007, as some lawmakers have suggested.

Lawsuits challenge Justice effort to classify previously public information

FBI whistleblower case ignites controversy over classification decisions.

Lawmaker seeks biometric ID cards for aviation security workers

Legislation is aimed at prodding Homeland Security Department to take action.

FDA to launch electronic food-screening system

Move is designed to thwart terrorists' efforts to poison nation's food supply.

Lawmakers look after home military installations

As fall elections approach, bases in home states and districts get extra attention.

Military stretched thin in war efforts

A look at President Bush’s record on Defense transformation.

Senate passes defense authorization bill

The $447 billion measure includes $25 billion in emergency contingency funds for Iraq and Afghanistan.

DHS faulted over Washington area security coordination

Almost three years after Sept. 11, government auditors find security and spending coordination lacking in capital region.