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Bush taps House intelligence chairman to serve as CIA director

Rep. Porter Goss, R-Fla., also served in the agency's Clandestine Service in the 1960s.

Lawmaker warns of changing Pentagon intelligence role

Handing control of strategic assets to the new intelligence director may not be wise, according to House Armed Services Chairman Duncan Hunter.

Bush adviser defends indirect approach to trimming management ranks

OMB's Clay Johnson says there's no need for an initiative aimed specifically at cutting supervisory layers.

Overhaul of intelligence operations mulled by lawmakers

One congressman charges federal bureaucracy with intentionally derailing efforts to enact reforms.

Controversy flies around grounded firefighting tankers

Negotiations over much-needed proprietary information drag on.

Navy developing plan to transfer medical positions to civilians

Officials await feedback from service facilities to help shape a plan to cut the number of uniformed health care workers.

Official: Terrorist threat center big enough for all personnel

CIA official had said at hearing that the new TTIC, which includes CIA, FBI, DHS and Secret Service, may not have enough room.

Shipbuilding firms battle over language in appropriations bill

Provision would kill administration regulations issued Feb. 20.

TSA alters two pay regulations

Change in overtime pay rules puts Transportation Security Administration in line with other federal agencies.