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Pentagon deploys massive personnel and pay system

The Defense Department has finished setting up a massive computer system to handle pay, benefits and personnel records for the more than 800,000 civilians that work for the department worldwide, according to Pentagon officials.

Where the bonuses are

Federal executives' bonuses hinge partly on what agency they work for.

Senate backs away from potential homeland personnel deal

A deal in the Senate on homeland security legislation remains unlikely after a day of back-and-forth between Republicans and Democrats over the bill.

Senate Republicans block homeland vote until after elections

Senate Republicans Thursday again blocked a vote on a key homeland security amendment, scuttling any chance Congress would create a Homeland Security Department before the elections.

Customs accused of failing to protect against nuclear smuggling

General Accounting Office officials told congressional investigators Thursday that the United States has supplied Russia with more sophisticated radiation detection equipment than the United States uses at its own borders.

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