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Officials announce plan to share terrorism intelligence

The plan establishes a Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council to set national policies for information sharing and to monitor progress at the state and local levels.

GAO calls antiterrorism grant delays “natural”

Local first responders underestimated how long it takes to move huge amounts of money through the intergovernmental pipeline.

Feedback grows more positive on Navy intranet project

Officials see satisfaction rates rise for help desk, but they also acknowledge many new users are still uncomfortable with the network.

Environmental group challenges Forest Service job inventories

A nonprofit group in Oregon has added complaints about the Forest Service’s method of compiling FAIR Act inventories to a lawsuit disputing an agency decision to outsource analyst positions.

Healthy Skepticism

A federal employee union fights a lonely battle against the VA's plan to close and consolidate hospitals.

Postal Service overhaul clears first hurdle

House Government Reform Committee unanimously approves biggest overhaul of postal operations in more than 30 years.

NIH under fire for alleged conflicts of interest

Reports conclude that agency scientists have taken hundreds of thousands of dollars from private firms over the past decade.

Paperwork reduction plan progresses

House committee members target the IRS, which accounts for more than 80 percent of federal regulatory paperwork.

TSA rolls out plan for busy travel season

Plans for the summer include restricting employees' leave, increasing staff and paying special attention to 25 key airports.

Senate leader seeks to increase Pentagon's supplemental request

Emergency fiscal 2005 funds for Iraq and Afghanistan could total as much as $50 billion, and the Pentagon could have the flexibility to shift money between accounts.