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Panel urges passenger-screening plan similar to CAPPS II

Lawmakers, civil-liberties groups and the travel industry have criticized the CAPPS II plan over privacy concerns and potential inconvenience to travelers.

Currying Favor

Undecided voters have already made a tentative decision not to support the incumbent; the remaining decision is whether to vote for the main challenger.

Convention security effort wins positive reviews

Delegates impressed with speed, thoroughness of Secret Service/TSA screening efforts at checkpoints outside Boston's FleetCenter.

Ridge praises public service, offers advice

Secretary says creation of Homeland Security Department required strong leadership and keeping employees informed.

Bush’s management agenda lacks congressional support, executives say

Panelists praise president’s government reform efforts, but say they wish more lawmakers would understand and support his plan.

GSA official says 'Get It Right' procurement effort set to succeed

New program is designed to encourage compliance with acquisition rules and regulations.

Contractors were hired to oversee interrogations

Documents show senior-level "advisers" managed security and intelligence-related activities.

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