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House lawmaker grills TSA chief over fielding airport screening technology

Plan will be submitted in 10 days, says TSA administrator.

Pick Your Fights

Rep. Steny Hoyer, D-Md., told union members Wednesday that the Bush administration is trying to do away with collective bargaining.

House panel boosts defense spending in supplemental

House Appropriations Committee wants to add $1.8 billion in military funds to fiscal 2005 war supplemental and cut $1.5 billion in foreign aid.

Whistleblower office to be subject of workers' complaint

Complaint alleges U.S. Special Counsel Scott Bloch retaliated against employees who complained about office policies and forced senior staff to relocate from Washington to Detroit.

Military weapons vs. benefits issue heats up at hearing

Pentagon official notes DoD plans to spend $130 billion of its $419 billion fiscal 2006 budget request on military personnel and health care.

New buying method changes shoppers' job descriptions

Today’s procurement officials need a business and management background.

Lawmakers seek answers on fate of U.S. shipbuilding

Senators seek Navy secretary's support for using creative budgeting to pay for more ships.

Witnesses spar over FDA's effectiveness on drug safety

FDA Acting Deputy Commissioner for Operations Janet Woodcock said agency officials already spend half their time on safety issues.

Bill on retiree health insurance premiums could stall again

Early optimism for premium conversion legislation has not spread to the House Ways and Means Committee.

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