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Technology contract used to purchase interrogation work

A military task force used an Interior Department procurement unit to buy services using a contract designed for computer purchases.

Management by E-Mail

A look at some federal managers' reactions to last week's column on the benefits and drawbacks of e-mail communication.

Nuclear agency moving toward security personnel reform

Federal security force, improved recruitment and beefed up training are all part of NNSA’s effort to shore up what many say is lax security at nuclear facilities.

Panel passes bill to increase benefits and hiring incentives

Measure includes recruitment and retention bonuses, comp time and enhanced vacation benefits for mid-career hires.

Senate narrowly rejects attempt to delay base closing round

By two votes, senators reject effort to force Pentagon to close overseas bases first.

Simulated attack at Pentagon tests government response capabilities

An exercise involving federal, state and local agencies shows what would happen if a dirty bomb went off at the Pentagon.

Administration warns against base closing, outsourcing add-ons

The White House issues a veto threat over proposals to delay 2005 base closings and tighten restrictions on competitive sourcing.

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