DHS defends controversial decision to cut allocations for New York and Washington, emphasizing risk-driven approach.
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Office would process claims of veterans who might have their identities stolen as a result of data breach last month.
Bill would require people transporting security sensitive materials to undergo a fingerprint background check.
Award could still result in job loss, as the in-house proposal involves teaming with a contractor.
Allocations shift $11.4 billion from defense and foreign aid to other programs, including education, health care and law enforcement.
Department’s general counsel says he was limited to interpreting the current law and could not make a policy decision.
TOPOFF 4 exercise designed to see how federal, state and local officials would handle detonation of weapons of mass destruction.
Agencies have made some progress on two demonstration projects, but lack a clearly defined management plan, GAO official says.
Encouraging short-timers to keep their heads in the game.
The Pentagon's end-to-end booking system escaped a House member’s attempt to shut it down, but a Senate vote looms.