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BlackBerry Jam

How wireless e-mail devices are taking over the lives of some federal executives.

Pentagon finds first responders not prepared for attacks on Army bases

Audit finds efforts to improve training, equipment and funding for first responders have been "fragmented," "ineffective" and "not adequate."

NSA director could be in line for CIA deputy director post

Tough deputy could continue shake-up at intelligence agency started by new director.

Web portal helps senior executives with job search

The new service will help connect Senior Executives Association members with top private-sector employers.

Senate confirms Army secretary nominee; acting head to leave

But Democrats question Francis Harvey's qualifications in two hours of debate on Senate floor.

House, Senate eye deal to pass troubled Army Corps measure

Bill authorizing billions of dollars in new projects has been given new life in lame-duck session.

Group calls for speedy appointments to science and technology advisory boards

National Academies committee warns against politicizing process of naming top scientists and engineers.

TSA lifts restrictions on using private airport screeners

Union lobbies hard to convince airports to keep federal screeners.

Two top Air Force officials to resign

Secretary James Roche and top acquisition official Marvin Sambur will leave by the end of the year.

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