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Employees at agencies that incorporate the work arrangement in emergency planning feel better-prepared for disaster, survey finds.
Cost-of-living increase will be contingent on performance.
Findings raise concerns about bureau’s internal workings, treatment of whistleblowers.
Problems with power supplies, infrastructure and training make emerging technologies less appealing for emergency responders.
House speaker continues push for 1 percent across-the-board cut.
The $7.1 billion requested by Bush is a fraction of the $675 billion an outbreak could cost the United States, majority leader says.
Additional offsets for recovery could come in form of across-the-board cuts to fiscal 2006 appropriations.