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End-of-session bottleneck looms on Capitol Hill

While the mid-1990s government shutdown was in a class by itself for partisan acrimony, some veteran lawmakers are hard pressed to remember a more complicated set of circumstances as those developing this year.

DHS information security plans lacking, GAO says

Computer security plans at Homeland Security Department criticized after 11-month cybersecurity review.

Training in performance-based contracting on the rise

Agencies increasingly urge -– and sometimes require -- their employees to take training courses on the procurement method.

DHS defends new personnel rules against unions’ assault

Unions seek to delay Aug. 1 implementation of revamped system until a judge rules on its legality.

Bush praises FBI antiterror efforts

National Security Service seeks to help agents investigate crimes before and after they happen in order to prevent new attacks, president said.