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Ex-CIA officer heads to court for second time over proposed book

Gary Berntsen seeks to force agency to respond to suit over delays in pre-publication review of his book on operations in Afghanistan.

Senate moves to close pay gap for feds called to military duty

Amendment marks the fourth try at getting rule enacted.

Homeland Security sets uniform policy on prosecuting fraud

Rule allows department to go after fraudulent Katrina-related claims.

Commerce opens Katrina contracting center

Web site, call center aimed at connecting small and minority-owned businesses to agencies involved in reconstruction effort.

Postal panel backs overhaul bill

In letter to lawmakers, Postal Rate Commission rejects criticism of legislation by agency's Board of Governors.

Congress agrees to split off DHS cybersecurity unit

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff had proposed to break out cybersecurity division from department's information analysis and infrastructure protection organization.

Agency seeks uniform way to gauge e-health progress

Health and Human Services Department awards contract to measure the adoption of health IT.