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Six senators write President Bush, arguing that a $7.5 billion cut in spending slated for next year would jeopardize weapons systems advances.
Compromise spending measure includes $500,000 for Arctic Winter Games in Alaska, $1 million for waterfree urinal study.
Homeland Security IG’s review of contract to hire screeners has been nearly complete for months.
Department chief says the 2001 law supports operations by ICE, CBP and the Secret Service.
Training will focus on teaching supervisors creative ways to evaluate and negotiate with employees.
New contract worth $512 million over seven years seeks to draw on experience of big corporate players.
Survey shows Veterans Affairs finds better prices for all but one of the 20 most commonly prescribed drugs for seniors.
Plum Island Animal Disease Center currently focuses on foot-and-mouth disease.