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All politics may not be local in '06.

Overseas panel, Pentagon fail to resolve cost differences over moving personnel

Defense Department says moving troops home from bases abroad will cost $9 billion to $12 billion, while commission says price tag could exceed $20 billion.

With holds on nomination lifted, Senate approves FDA chief

But one key senator says Lester Crawford "has not stepped up to the plate" to address agency's "structural, personnel, cultural, and scientific problems."

GAO again slams agencies' cybersecurity efforts

Congressional auditors tell OMB officials to step up oversight of agencies’ IT security efforts.

State officials to propose dispersing Air Guard more widely

Guard leaders say BRAC recommendations will devastate aviation units and hinder recruitment and retention efforts.

Senator: DHS reorganization will not hinder spending bill talks

Appropriators could shift funding later if needed, says Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran, R-Miss.

Former Air National Guard director under investigation

Pentagon inspector general investigating allegations of federal ethics violations by retired Maj. Gen. Paul Weaver.

New cyber chief faces challenges as DHS struggles

Homeland Security Department has not fully addressed any of the 13 cyber responsibilities that were assigned to the department when Congress created it more than two years ago, GAO says.

BRAC panel adds bases to closure list

Commissioners vote to consider closing or realigning several bases not on Pentagon’s list.

Administration continues quest to tie pay to performance across government

Proposed governmentwide personnel system is markedly different from Defense and Homeland Security systems, OMB says.

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