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GAO, panel find inadequate inspection of foreign cargo

Probes indicate DHS is inspecting less than 1 percent of containers overseas and 17.5 percent of high-risk cargo.

Former counterterrorism czar cites creeping complacency

Richard Clarke fears the terrorist threat is growing and contends some actions of the Bush administration and Congress are counterproductive to improving security.

Lawmakers protest delay in program to aid women-owned small businesses

SBA announces it will implement five-year-old law requiring program; women business owners are skeptical.

House passes military quality of life spending bill

Legislation cuts administration's request for base-closure funds by $310 million.

Treasury ends telecommunications contract

Department will use GSA contracts to fill telecom needs.

Senator wants $96 million restored to DHS management

Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, says total cuts to Homeland Security management programs could endanger the new personnel system.

GAO: Still not enough work on cybersecurity

National plan for critical infrastructure protection still not completed, auditors find.

Lawmaker challenges companies to develop anti-terror technology

House Homeland Security Committee chairman also says DHS should place more emphasis on disrupting and preventing terrorist plots.

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