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Pentagon lowers estimate of excess base capacity

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says previous estimate that 25 percent of infrastructure is unneeded is too high.

Unions raise concerns about online personnel records system

Labor leaders support moving employee personnel files online, but voice security concerns.

Report: Relocation companies could cut costs of employee moves

Agencies could save $60 million by contracting with relocation management companies to help with sales of employees’ homes.

Activists to flock to border, set up citizen patrols

Minuteman Project kicks off Friday; its leaders say they’re just trying to help understaffed and budget-starved border agencies.

Lobbyists work base-closing issue; effectiveness unclear

Defense analysts question whether the millions of dollars being spent on lobbying activities will pay off.

GSA pushes for greater use of call center contract

FirstContact is designed to streamline the process of selecting a vendor to operate a citizen service center.

Passenger screening system may not be ready by August

GAO also says privacy protections for the Secure Flight system may not be met.

Securities commission rife with security gaps, GAO says

Agency charged with regulating other companies’ financial systems has regulation problems of its own.

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