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