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Report: Telework could bring financial benefit to agencies

But a lack of support is hampering growth of the work-from-home concept in the government, consultants say.

Two controversial counter-terror programs share parallels

Total Information Awareness successor could be used to enhance NSA domestic eavesdropping program, former officials say.

Data mining helps uncover fraud in disaster relief

GAO used technique to locate FEMA payments that were based on duplicative registration data.

Do It Yourself

Some federal employees have taken it upon themselves to jump-start inventive new benefits.

VA security policies lack enforcement teeth, legislator says

Department directive issued last week restricts the transmission of agency data.

Lawmakers seek more precision in TSA’s terrorist watch list

Failure of program to expedite screening for frequent fliers to move past development stage also frustrates legislators.

Panel blasts FEMA over new, higher fraud estimate

Agency typically has held its waste and fraud rate to between 1 percent and 3 percent, but Katrina overwhelmed systems, official says.