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New passenger screening system expected to debut in August

TSA officials have not yet determined whether commercial data will be used to screen passengers.

Washington-area federal agencies close early due to snow

Emergency employees remain on the job under winter storm warning.

EPA employees report problems with pay system

Agency says any new system will have challenges, but problems with paychecks are rare.

Rules expected next week on D.C. toxic rail shipment ban

Rail operator CSX and Transportation Department trying to have ban lifted.

Congress, Pentagon continue to fight over health care provision and job competitions

Rumsfeld questioned about whether Defense is implementing provision prohibiting it from favoring contractors that reduce costs by offering less comprehensive health coverage than federal employees get.

Pentagon investigating former officials working for contractors

Probe aims to determine if procurement executives violated federal conflict-of-interest laws.

Life After Government

A former government technology guru goes to the private sector, helping contractors design their pitches.

War supplemental faces lengthy debate

Proposals to loosen immigration requirements could slow action on the legislation.

Justice forms procurement fraud task force

In wake of scandal at Defense Department, new working group aims to combat abuses in acquisition system.

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