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Flight service employees file age discrimination suit

Complaint claims decision to outsource flight service operations disproportionately harms older workers.

Cybersecurity standardization moves forward

OMB is exploring consolidation of agency cybersecurity functions as part of its strategy to reduce back-office expenses.

Pointing Out the Problems

Former DHS Inspector General Clark Kent Ervin spent his two-year tenure pressing for better management at homeland security.

Panel to probe alleged false documents on Yucca Mountain project

Officials are investigating e-mails in which a U.S. Geological Survey employee indicated he had fabricated information, according to Energy Secretary Sam Bodman.

Cadet: Sexual assault scandal at academy is leadership’s fault

Beth Davis, who said she was raped while at the Air Force Academy, hopes the military takes panel’s recommendations seriously.

DHS beefs up security along Arizona-Mexico border

Move comes just days before hundreds of citizens are scheduled to descend on the area to make the case that the government is not doing enough to stop illegal immigration.

Lawmakers fault changes in Coast Guard acquisition program

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, laments that the agency has stretched the time frame for completing the Deepwater program to as long as 25 years.

FAA debuts online 'human factors' training

System provides self-guided lessons on design and development of aircraft that are safer to fly.

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