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Panel finds complexity slows U.S. antiterrorism spending

Despite the best intentions of all parties, money is slow to work its way through the pipeline.

Survey finds data mining widespread among agencies

The controversial Total Information Awareness program may be dead, but agencies are running dozens of other efforts to comb through private data.

OMB chief denies White House planning steep budget cuts

Says a planning document is just "what the computer spits out to get the process started."

Lockheed developing military health tracking system

Defense Department awards Lockheed Martin $47 million contract to build the second phase of a medical monitoring program.

Appropriators gird for fight over budget enforcement

Bill would impose discretionary spending caps for five years. Appropriators want input in setting the caps.

OPM focuses on emergency planning to push telework efforts

OPM officials try to educate federal managers on role telework can play in ensuring continuous operations.

EEOC moves forward with plan to expedite cases

Move would affect Washington field office; union official cries foul and prepares to fight back.

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Army requested company’s interrogators for Iraq prison

Interior inspector general will probe details of use of technology contract to hire interrogation services from CACI Inc.

CDC restructures to better battle bioterror

Reorganization effort also aimed at increasing focus on disease prevention.