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Agencies urged to include disabled workers in emergency plans

Labor Department report notes that there are more than 120,000 federal workers with disabilities.

Army provides no funds for vaccine care centers

The service hasn't budgeted any money in fiscal 2005 for centers that treat soldiers with complications from military-administered vaccines.

Base closings, 'Buy American' disputes lie ahead in defense debates

Bipartisan opposition to a House committee's move to delay the 2005 round of base closures is growing.

Bush budget lacks funds for Baghdad embassy

Building, staffing and providing security for the facility could cost up to $1 billion in 2005.

Homeland agency faces expanded mission with costly, outdated fleet

Mission creep and legacy equipment pressure a division of ICE to develop a comprehensive modernization plan.

Companies defend security work at Energy facilities

The head of one firm says he doesn't think it makes sense to federalize security operations at sensitive Energy sites.

Ex-cybersecurity czar blasts Bush's efforts

Richard Clarke detailed what he thinks has gone wrong since his office completed its national cybersecurity plan early in 2003.

Firms seek to sell U.N. on privatized peacekeeping

The United Nations faces a crisis in peacekeeping operations, and private security companies say they have a solution.

Agencies earn first green lights for job competitions

For the first time, agencies broke into “green-light” territory on the competitive sourcing component of OMB’s quarterly management scorecard.

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