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CIA veterans speak out against torture

Ex-officers worry that proposed exemption to anti-torture legislation would institutionalize the practice.

Panel advises agencies on managing mixed federal, contractor workforces

With contractors and civil servants working side by side, managers are being held more accountable but have less control over staff.

End to Indian trust fund dispute could be closer

Appeals court decision and proposed legislative fix could lead to faster settlement.

Assessing Acquisition

Skeptics wonder whether new panel can fix Defense procurement.

Judge sets date to consider challenge to Defense personnel rules

Hearing set for Jan. 24 in union lawsuit against National Security Personnel System.

HHS weighs relaxing restrictions on inmate testing

Looser rules would allow more social science research aimed at advancing prison reform.

Defense Department helps secure former Soviet 'antiplague' sites

Sites established as a means of detecting, assessing and thwarting spread of dangerous diseases are viewed as potential proliferation and public health threats.