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Ridge outlines security efforts for Bush's inauguration ceremony

Color-coded national alert will not be raised for the inauguration.

Homeland Security nominee gets mixed reception

Federal judge Michael Chertoff, who also served as head of the Justice Department's criminal division after the Sept. 11 attacks, gets the nod to succeed Tom Ridge.

USDA to set requirements for agencies to purchase bio-based products

Regulations to be released Tuesday implement 2002 act requiring preferential purchasing for goods that include biological, agricultural or forestry materials.

USAID pays $100,000 for new logo

Redesigned logo on USAID packages provides recognition for American citizens’ contributions.

Study outlines Senate homeland security oversight

Several critical agencies remain outside purview of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Postal union rips labor rules in Bush reform proposal

Administration seeks greater flexibility in offering discounts to large mailers for presorting mail and other tasks normally done by postal workers.

OMB to report that job contests saved $1.25 billion last year

The agency is expected to announce increased savings and high win rates by in-house teams.