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Pentagon developing system to protect buildings from bio, chem attacks

Program is slated for a demonstration in early 2006.

Critics: Details about new Pentagon personnel system are scarce

Coalition of 35 unions accuse Defense of refusing to negotiate and not sharing information.

GSA to make new procurement database widely accessible

Critics see contractor’s role in administering the database as problematic.

Active Management

Few government handbooks actually describe, with verbs, what managers can do to improve their agencies' performance.

Lawmakers question security of DOE shipment of plutonium to France

Democrats, antinuclear groups say transport planned for next month could be vulnerable to terrorist attack.

9/11 commissioner: Threat of airplane suicide bombing has increased

TSA chief says agency is close to rolling out a passenger screening system and a comprehensive strategic plan.

Officials defend Navy intranet satisfaction survey

Navy Marine Corps Intranet officials said it does not present a conflict of interest for the network’s contractor to conduct the customer satisfaction survey.

Agency pushing Los Alamos to resume projects too soon, critics say

Watchdog group charges that the safety overseer wants to relax precautions.

Unions seek to force DHS to keep negotiating on personnel rules

Labor leaders lobby members of Congress to put pressure on Homeland Security officials to extend discussions.

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