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E-mails prompt requests for probe of Air Force secretary

Air Force official allegedly made promises in exchange for OMB support of a controversial proposal to lease 100 Boeing tankers.

Task force to investigate Navy and Army academies

In the wake of an Air Force Academy report, the congressionally mandated task force will make recommendations in a year.

Senate Democrat pushes for quick action on intelligence reorganization

Disjointed intelligence community leaves country at risk, according to Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn.

Healthier Health Care

The Office of Personnel Management leads the charge for a consumer-driven federal health insurance system.

Justice official defends PATRIOT Act

But Democratic, Republican senators seek to rein in some of the law’s provisions.

House signs off on 3.5 percent pay raise

Civil service employees move a step closer to getting the same raise as military service personnel next year.

More workers would get locality pay under OPM proposal

About 15,000 employees in outlying areas around big cities could win eligibility for additional locality pay.

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