Senior House Democrat wants to work with the White House to develop a new pay plan for federal employees.
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The wartime supplemental may be pushed back a month to allow Congress to focus on a disaster relief package.
Pentagon wants to cut $46 million from its Cooperative Threat Reduction program.
System would be similar to hurricane and typhoon warning systems.
Bush pick for attorney general faces contentious nomination process.
Agency spending on e-gov projects is expected to grow to $5.8 billion in fiscal 2009.
New blueprint replaces a host of existing emergency plans, assigning responsibility to specific federal agencies for different types of incidents.
Allowing workers to roll money over in flexible spending accounts could undercut another administration effort—the heavily promoted Health Savings Accounts.
Finds there is no indication to public that government produced the tapes.
House aides on the Homeland Security Committee believe that they will get a referral for a recently introduced cybersecurity bill.