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IG: Medicare officials withheld costs but didn't break law

Threat by Medicare administrator to fire chief actuary wasn't illegal.

Senate panel approves Transportation Security nominee

David Stone's nomination to head TSA passes on voice vote.

Pentagon officials, House lawmakers at odds over managing troops

Deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan have strained forces, but Bush administration opposes reinstating the draft.

TSA tests 'trusted traveler' program amid concerns

Volunteers can have fingerprints and iris patterns recorded in agency databases to speed processing through security checkpoints.

Panelists push agencies to boost funding for IT research

Homeland Security funding for cybersecurity research called inadequate.

Defense Department urged to appoint chief manager

Fixing financial systems requires thorough overhaul of department’s management structure, GAO argues.

Break the Tie

Even though the 2004 presidential race appears today to be even, George W. Bush can't afford to go into Nov. 2 tied with Kerry.

Draft Homeland Security bill directs management changes

First-ever authorization bill for the department seeks to bolster information sharing between federal, state and local agencies.

Acquisition officials offer new details on share-in-savings proposal

Procurement councils issue guidelines for writing such contracts and developing business cases for their use.

House lawmakers favor cuts in e-government projects

Interior appropriations bill would trim more than $1 million in e-gov funding, but boost IT spending in other areas.

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