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FAA anticipates end to massive job competition

Even if in-house team wins, some employees could lose their jobs; agency says displaced workers will get first crack at other FAA positions.

Funding for Defense vaccine treatment centers in question again

Congress did not specifically fund the network of centers in fiscal 2005, and the Defense Department may not pick up the tab for keeping them in operation.

U.S. begins screening immigrants at busiest land crossings

Immigrant tracking system is expected to expand to 165 land crossings by the end of 2005.

House speaker faces challenge on permanent Homeland Security panel

Latest proposal would give revamped committee jurisdiction over the Homeland Security Department's internal operations, while continuing oversight role of other panels.

Agencies should shift to online auctions, scholar says

Internet auctioneer eBay Inc. and similar outlets increase revenues, but few executives take advantage of them.

Senator promises careful scrutiny of Navy carrier changes

Armed Services Committee Chairman John Warner, R-Va., will take a close look at any proposal to limit the Navy to 11 aircraft carriers.

Lieberman says he won't join Bush administration

Connecticut senator and former presidential candidate says he's not interested in becoming national intelligence director or Homeland Security secretary.