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Study makes case for performance pay

Implementing true merit-based pay would be difficult, but it's "virtually universal" in private sector, report states.

Panel backs new Bureau of Indian Affairs unit to improve prisons

Federal government's Indian detention program called "a national disgrace."

Airport security contractors want government protection against lawsuits

The number and type of companies that seek airport screening contracts could be drastically affected by government’s decision.

Web site encourages exchange of acquisition ‘best practices’

Site prompts flow of ideas between government and private sector.

Group proposes system to “connect the dots” about terrorist attacks

Think tank’s concept would help identify and interpret clues of an impending event.

BlackBerry Jam

How wireless e-mail devices are taking over the lives of some federal executives.

Pentagon finds first responders not prepared for attacks on Army bases

Audit finds efforts to improve training, equipment and funding for first responders have been "fragmented," "ineffective" and "not adequate."

NSA director could be in line for CIA deputy director post

Tough deputy could continue shake-up at intelligence agency started by new director.