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Lawmaker seeks biometric ID cards for aviation security workers

Legislation is aimed at prodding Homeland Security Department to take action.

FDA to launch electronic food-screening system

Move is designed to thwart terrorists' efforts to poison nation's food supply.

Defense not using short-term deployment allowance

Congress approved the special pay allowance, aimed at service members who are frequently deployed for less than 30 days, last year.

NASA realigns in response to commission’s recommendations

Space agency will consolidate operations on Aug. 1.

Lawmakers look after home military installations

As fall elections approach, bases in home states and districts get extra attention.

White House to name new CIA director

Bush will select the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee to succeed Tenet.

Military stretched thin in war efforts

A look at President Bush’s record on Defense transformation.

Major federal employee union backs Kerry

The American Federation of Government Employees rally support for the presumptive Democratic nominee.

Committee approves workforce flexibility bill

House panel gives green light to legislation increasing options for awarding bonuses.

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