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House panel approves $82.5 billion veterans bill

Bill is nearly $1 billion above President Bush's budget request.

Interim regulations released for new incentives

The new rules will allow increased incentives for recruitment and relocation at federal agencies.

Bill would tighten border security, increase information sharing

Proposed legislation would also allow illegal immigrants to apply for work visas.

House subpanel defers base-closing amendments to committee

In the past, the House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee has supported a delay in the BRAC process.

Lawmakers lament lack of funding for science agency

Legislators push for $6.1 billion in NSF funding for fiscal 2006.

Full House panel backs effort to slash Homeland Security funds

Appropriations committee withholds more than $700 million, saying DHS ignored congressional requests for information about its programs.

Former homeland security officials debate reorganizing DHS

Proposals include establishing a centralized policy shop and creating a new agency for preparedness.

Park Service memo sparks concern over job competitions

Plan to assess operations at three parks for potential outsourcing caused watchdog group to issue alert.

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