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Senate Defense bill likely to follow Bush plan

The bottom line will be close to the $401.7 billion the Bush administration requested, senators say.

Air Force tanker controversy prompts changes, probes

Pentagon officials are mulling a decision about whether to proceed with the $23.5 billion plan to acquire 100 Boeing 767 refueling tankers.

Agencies set security plan for high-profile events

An interagency working group grapples with how to handle events ranging from the dedication of the World War II memorial to the national political conventions.

FBI's new CIO details plans for upcoming projects

Zalmai Azmi steps in to oversee IT at the bureau just as House lawmakers call for an investigation of a recently delivered computer systems modernization project.

OMB backs congressional effort to review programs

An Office of Management and Budget official offers qualified support for base-closing style legislation aimed at killing poor-performing programs.

VA offers plan to close hospitals, build clinics

VA Secretary Anthony Principi seeks billions of dollars for construction of outpatient facilities.

Mixed Messages?

Administration officials praise federal employees, but union officials say actions speak louder than words.

Administration to request $25 billion military supplemental

GOP leaders predict strong support for a stopgap spending measure to fund operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Military unlikely to win environmental exemption

A House subcommittee chairman says he has no plans to move a measure exempting Defense agencies from environmental laws this year.

House committee advances DHS financial accountability bill

Measure would require the creation of a chief financial officer at the Homeland Security Department.