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Watchdog group questions report on information quality

Nonprofit group claims Bush administration published a skewed evaluation of a law designed to enhance the accuracy of public information.

Homeland authorization bill headed to markup

Democrats on the panel plan to offer amendments addressing rail, port and aviation security loopholes and other security items not included in the bill.

Law enforcers may see gains under House spending bill

The FBI received a $624 million boost to revamp and enhance its intelligence, counterterrorism, cyber crime and counterintelligence activities.

Edwards could play many roles in a Kerry administration

How will John Kerry use his designated second-in-command if he wins the presidency?

Americans will recognize CIA successes, Tenet says

A day before release of new report on intelligence shortcomings, CIA chief defends agency's actions, employees.

Amid fresh warnings, Homeland Security bill stalls in Senate

Democrats, Republicans can't agree on parameters for discussing fiscal 2005 appropriations measure.

Defense official outlines personnel system principles

Navy Secretary tells employees process is “like designing a complex weapon system.”

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