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TSA prepares to test revamped passenger identification system

Despite lingering questions, the Transportation Security Administration plans to start testing a new passenger identification system within the next couple of months.

OMB challenges report on Privacy Act compliance

Bush administration officials have rebuked the General Accounting Office for concluding in a new report that agencies are not taking adequate steps to protect private records.

GSA bars MCI from federal contracts

The General Services Administration late Thursday moved to bar bankrupt telecommunications company MCI from winning new government contracts. The company has 30 days to respond to GSA’s proposal.

Agriculture civil rights chief ready to sow seeds of change

While Vernon Parker settles into his new role at the Agriculture Department, employee advocates are waiting to see how the new assistant secretary for civil rights will eradicate what they see as pervasive ethnic and gender discrimination at the department.