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Lawmakers back full funding for data-sharing center

House and Senate propose $35 million for Homeland Security Operations Center, matching Bush’s request.

Homeland Security seeks to boost citizen role in war on terror

Department announces technology initiatives aimed at increasing citizen involvement.

Senator probes Pentagon energy contract

Democrat investigates Defense Department’s agreement with subsidiary of firm indicted for role in California energy crisis.

OPM studies show heightened interest in federal careers

Two-thirds of respondents to one recent survey said they were more interested in government work today than a few years ago.

Losing Their Religion

For some people, using religious comp days to play golf can be a leap of faith.

Critics question federal preparedness for attacks on ports

Homeland Security officials say they would target response rather than shut down ports across the country.

Agencies told to beef up executive performance rating systems

GAO report comes as Bush administration works to implement performance pay system for executives governmentwide.

Senators urge funding to hire air traffic controllers

New employees must be trained before impending wave of retirements, they argue.

Despite USDA efforts, info on mad cow tests leaking out

Agency tries to keep a lid on test results, but publications report details.

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