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Unseen multi-agency security force on the job at GOP convention

Nearly 22,000 officers are standing guard at or near the convention site, and 66 federal, state, and local agencies are working together at a nerve center.

Secret Service coordinator in the eye of convention storm

Steve Hughes, the Secret Service's chief coordinator for GOP convention security, has spent 15 months preparing for the event.

Homeland Security officials defend student visitor system

As international students arrive in Washington, officials say Student and Exchange Visitor Information System balances efficiency, security.

Agencies triple student loan repayments

Reimbursements to employees under three-year-old benefit program totaled $9.1 million in fiscal 2003.

Discrimination issues on the agenda at EEOC conference

Civil rights advocates say the agency falls short in helping implement a 2002 anti-discrimination law.

OPM’s James rallies GOP troops

At convention in New York, civil service chief makes a get-out-the-vote pitch to swing-state delegates.

TSA to debut revised pre-screening program early next year

New system aims to address privacy concerns raised by controversial CAPPS II effort.

Officials warn of potential attacks on VA hospitals

Such facilities may be “attractive targets” because of lower security than military bases, FBI and DHS warn.

Medicare officials seek to boost use of discount drug cards

Many angry seniors are refusing to even try out the new system.