Veterans groups praise CARES plan, but local leaders express doubts. All sides want guarantee of uninterrupted health care.
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Despite public outcry over recent data-sharing flaps, the government plans to issue a directive this summer requiring airlines to turn over passenger records.
There's not as much pork-barrel spending as you'd think, they argue, and it serves an important function.
Advocacy groups on Monday called for stronger leadership to help federal agencies get up to speed on hiring and promoting Hispanics.
Federal officials challenged to move aggressively to help the health care system make the switch.
The bottom line will be close to the $401.7 billion the Bush administration requested, senators say.
Pentagon officials are mulling a decision about whether to proceed with the $23.5 billion plan to acquire 100 Boeing 767 refueling tankers.
An interagency working group grapples with how to handle events ranging from the dedication of the World War II memorial to the national political conventions.
Zalmai Azmi steps in to oversee IT at the bureau just as House lawmakers call for an investigation of a recently delivered computer systems modernization project.
An Office of Management and Budget official offers qualified support for base-closing style legislation aimed at killing poor-performing programs.