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Agencies organize massive hurricane response mobilization

With thousands stranded and billions of dollars estimated in damages, multiple federal organizations swing into action.

FEMA seeks 2,000 Homeland Security volunteers for disaster assistance

Volunteers warned that the work will include long days working outdoors.

Senator's Star Dims, Glows

Last week, freshman Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., rode a rollercoaster as he and other politicos in the state fought--ultimately succesfully--to save Ellsworth Air Force Base.

Federal data-mining efforts fail to fully safeguard privacy, GAO says

Government auditors find that federal agencies aren’t meeting all required laws and guidance to collect and protect personal information.

GSA , DHS cooperate on 'strategic sourcing'

In a new deal, GSA officials are helping Homeland Security try to figure out how to better leverage its purchasing power.

Compliance taking over IT security chiefs’ schedules

Study finds that an average of nearly four hours of a chief information security officer’s day is spent complying with the Federal Information Security Management Act.