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Judge orders partial Internet blackout at Interior

The Interior Department this week has disconnected computer systems from the Internet for the second time in two years amid a federal judge’s concerns about computer security for Native Americans’ financial records.

VA halts all competitive sourcing studies pending ruling

The Veterans Affairs Department has halted all public-private job competitions over concerns that the program could violate federal law, putting one of the biggest competitive sourcing programs in government on hold.

Commander-in-chief

Not since 1952 has a retired senior military commander been a serious first-time contender for the presidency. Former NATO military Cmdr. Wesley Clark could change that.

At DHS, the Bush team and unions are actually getting along

Federal unions and officials at the new Homeland Security Department are doing a surprising thing: They’re getting along.

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