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Cybersecurity officials turn tables on congressional graders

Chief information security officers give overseers only average grade for their report card on computer security efforts.

Report highlights challenges facing new national intelligence director

Congressional Research Service notes concerns about ambiguities in law, especially relationship between DNI and Defense secretary.

Agencies win plaudits for performance reports

Labor, State departments rated best at reporting on results of their programs.

Lawmakers to team up on hiring legislation

Tom Davis, R-Va., and Jon Porter, R-Nev., seek to speed the federal hiring process; unions are wary.

New terrorism response plan takes effect

New National Response Plan and closely related National Incident Management System replace a patchwork of existing documents.

Boon or Bust?

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board might be forced to adopt a real estate investment fund it doesn’t want.

Air Force tells senator it will alter C-130J contract

Modifications will ensure contract complies with traditional military procurement rules.

GAO, Pentagon at odds over management

Watchdog agency pushes for chief management officer; Defense officials demur.

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