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Pentagon to hire more than 100 auditors

Direct-hire request granted to address department’s urgent need to fill positions.

Officials discuss efforts to network crime, terrorism data

A new FBI messaging system could replace current e-mail systems within the government.

Lawmakers haggle over funding for Agriculture computer program

Common Computing Environment is intended to track natural disasters, outbreaks of animal and plant diseases, and acts of bioterrorism.

Three departments reap benefits of new hiring flexibilities

Defense, HHS and Energy beat private-sector hiring average and attract highly qualified candidates.

Defense, GSA officials vow to clean up contracting

‘No exceptions, no excuses,’ say agency leaders during announcement of new zero-tolerance policy.

Senators ask Justice Department to declassify Sept. 11 investigation results

Lawmakers say information contained in three reports is key to public oversight and reform of federal agencies.

Senators push for stronger federal biodefense workforce

Bill would offer incentives for those who are studying biodefense-related fields and want to join the federal workforce.

Watchdog group questions report on information quality

Nonprofit group claims Bush administration published a skewed evaluation of a law designed to enhance the accuracy of public information.