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U.S. diplomats will have to serve in dangerous posts

New State Department policies implemented in wake of 9/11 will require demanding service for professional advancement.

Pentagon increases reliance on supplemental budget requests

House budget chairman says lawmakers are "growing frustrated" with the Defense Department's fiscal planning.

Congressional gatekeepers control access to IRS records

Provision to extend access to heads of appropriations committees caused last-minute flap over fiscal 2005 omnibus spending bill.

HHS chief fuels speculation ex-House Speaker Gingrich will succeed him

Newt Gingrich might be interested in running HHS, according to outgoing Secretary Tommy Thompson.

Agencies with smaller IT budgets bogged down with security compliance

A survey of chief information security officers reveals a divide between agency haves and have-nots in information technology spending.

Omnibus bill orders agencies to appoint chief privacy officers

Measure in omnibus would require agencies to hire chief privacy officers.

Spending in federal technology booms, report says

Agencies spent $155 billion on information technology-related contracts in fiscal 2004, according to report.

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