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Debate on NASA coming, but no big changes expected

Congress and the media are about to conduct a long debate over the merits of NASA's manned space program. But almost no observer believes that Congress will significantly change the program.

Radio Days

The largest federal employees union launches a radio advertising blitz against a proposal for a new Defense personnel system.

Two years later, difficult questions remain

Two years after the attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center, the federal government is struggling both to define its mission for sheltering the homeland and to organize itself to provide a broad antiterrorist shield.

Immigration services job competition moves forward

Recent protests by lawmakers and an array of interest groups have not changed the Homeland Security Department’s plans to put immigration services jobs up for competition within the next 10 months, according to a department spokesman.

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