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Threat warning creates confusion over homeland security roles

House Homeland Security Committee may hold hearings on how agencies issue threat warnings.

FBI unveils plan for better computers and information access for agents

New chief information officer challenges claims that the bureau has made little progress since 9/11.

Chief Reform Officer

A career civil servant has been handed the job of implementing the Defense Department's new personnel system.

Defense Department lacks staff to tackle security clearance backlog

Defense Security Service investigators complain about having to adapt to OPM's case management system.

Drop General Schedule system by 2009, report says

National Academy of Public Administration recommends pay banding salary system.

Panel finds complexity slows U.S. antiterrorism spending

Despite the best intentions of all parties, money is slow to work its way through the pipeline.

Survey finds data mining widespread among agencies

The controversial Total Information Awareness program may be dead, but agencies are running dozens of other efforts to comb through private data.

OMB chief denies White House planning steep budget cuts

Says a planning document is just "what the computer spits out to get the process started."

Lockheed developing military health tracking system

Defense Department awards Lockheed Martin $47 million contract to build the second phase of a medical monitoring program.

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