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Homeland Security tech spending on the way up

President Bush and Congress have provided the Homeland Security Department millions of dollars next year for a myriad of technology-related programs.

Researchers say few jobs are lost to competitive sourcing

Job losses to private contractors are largely a myth, report finds.

Diverse groups criticize passenger screening program

Electronic Privacy Information Center calls for suspension of Secure Flight testing until concerns can be ironed out.

Congressional challenger makes personnel reform a campaign issue

Virginia Democrat James Socas, running against long-time incumbent Rep. Frank Wolf, accuses Republicans in Congress of a “hidden agenda” to privatize large chunks of the federal government.

National security appointments would loom large in Kerry administration

Aides to John Kerry are discreetly drawing up lists of potential appointees, with a special emphasis on getting a national security team in place quickly if he wins.

Bush administration may rethink space treaty

Space program observer with ties to Bush effort says administration is "reviewing whether or not we want to be signatory" to 1967 pact on peaceful use of space.

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