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Approval imminent for terrorism response plan

An integrated national plan for federal agencies' response to terrorist attacks and other national emergencies is likely to be approved by Cabinet secretaries by the end of the week.

GAO: Postal Service needs comprehensive plan for physical security

While security has improved at many sites, agency lacks solutions for core centers, auditors say.

Pentagon installations chief steps down

Raymond DuBois will remain in an advisory capacity working on the military base closure process until early next year.

Passage of intel bill may rest on speedy accord, aides say

Role of the proposed national intelligence director still a sticking point for conferees.

Lame-duck session last-ditch effort for intelligence reform this year

Sen. Susan Collins lobbies the White House behind the scenes in hopes of moving the measure forward.

Military personnel punished for refusing anthrax vaccine seek compensation

In response to recent court ruling, affected service members are preparing to petition the Pentagon to have their records cleared.

Lack of personnel, expertise impede Iraq reconstruction

A shortage of skilled contract specialists on the ground has led to multiple problems, study finds.

CIA’s former bin Laden chief resigns

Mike Scheuer, who had published books critical of the counterterror effort as “Anonymous,” wants to speak publicly.

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