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FCC asked to investigate agencies' video news releases

Clips of videos created by federal agencies have been broadcast frequently on local news programs without reference to the fact that they were produced by the government.

Navy defends decision to retire carrier

Officials warn that if they're forced to retain the USS John F. Kennedy , they will have to take money from more important programs.

Cybersecurity spending estimated to grow to $7.1 billion by 2009

The projected growth is based on increased priorities for protecting IT systems.

Panel chief calls for streamlining NIH structure

Lawmakers are trying to complete the first reauthorization of the agency since 1993.

SBA supports repeal of contractor health care provision

Agency says requirement that companies not get an advantage from offering lesser health benefits than the Pentagon provides makes it hard for small businesses to win job competitions.

USGS employee may have falsified Yucca Mountain documents

Revelations could be setback for plans to create nuclear waste storage site at Nevada location.

GAO says reservists experiencing travel reimbursement problems

Pentagon officials said difficulties are being addressed, and will be ultimately solved by the Defense Travel System.

GAO sustains protest of Treasury telecom contract

Six firms protested the December award of the Treasury Communications Enterprise contract to AT&T Corp.

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