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Pace of information technology spending to slow, report predicts

Budget constraints, consolidation and leveling off of homeland security spending could end government spending boom.

Base-closing commission gets underway with briefing on threats

Panel did not get into specifics about which bases might be closed or consolidated.

Conferees wrap up supplemental spending bill

Final passage all but assured by next week.

Pentagon review could conflict with base closing panel

Commissioners express concern that recommendations of from Quadrennial Defense Review, to be released early next year, could render base-closing decisions obsolete.

House panel splits over proposal to increase aviation user fees

Funds would be used to enable FAA to upgrade nation's aviation system.

War supplemental boosts funding for homeland security agencies

Almost $1 billion in emergency funds would go toward hiring new border guards and criminal investigators, beefing up FBI operations and boosting the Coast Guard's fleet.

Oversight of interrogation contracts broke down, GAO finds

Report says breakdowns occurred when Interior hired contractors to work in Abu Ghraib prison.

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