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Unions attack Pentagon’s policy switch on national bargaining

National-level bargaining was portrayed as one of “three pillars” of personnel reforms in initial talks.

Science, tech programs fare well in 2006 spending bill

National Science Foundation slated to see a 3 percent increase over fiscal 2005.

Passwords reset after breach of Navy-Marine Corps network

Intrusion did not compromise sensitive information, spokesman says.

Audit finds gaps in FEMA’s database security

Lapses leave sensitive emergency preparedness information vulnerable, inspector general says.

Lawmakers concerned GSA reorganization will cause confusion

Differences remain on level of regional autonomy, lines of authority.

Unions file suit challenging Defense personnel system

Labor leaders say rules illegally restrict collective bargaining rights.

Frequent flier program raises privacy, security questions

TSA plans to complete nationwide registered traveler program by next summer.