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Salary council recommends 1 percent locality pay boost

Annual pay raise would also include 2.5 percent across-the-board increase in 2005.

Back pay snafu leaves 4,000 former INS employees in limbo

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau inherits $10 million obligation.

Protest of Iraq security contract denied

Security services firm Dyncorp took issue with controversial $293 million award to British company.

Oceans agency may win independent status

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration would become independent within Commerce Department under Senate bill.

Rumsfeld would advise veto over base-closing delay

Timing of planned return of 70,000 U.S. forces from overseas and the scheduled BRAC round "are linked together tightly," Defense secretary says.

Subcommittee considers how to combat diploma mill fraud

Retired FBI agent recommends assigning at least one agent to work full-time investigating questionable educational institutions.

House GOP leaders unveil plan to implement 9/11 changes

Bill is similar to Senate measure, but includes contentious provisions on immigration and law enforcement and excludes other key recommendations.

Army National Guard focuses recruiting efforts on nonmilitary

Stop-loss orders in the active-duty military have caused a shortfall in recruiting goals for the Army National Guard, so personnel officials are turning to the private sector.

Rumsfeld admits armed services may have to grow

Defense Science Board study concludes that the Pentagon does not have enough forces to meet requirements.