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Staying the Course

Preliminary results of a new OPM study show that federal law enforcement officers hung on to their jobs last year.

Senate passes defense authorization bill

The $447 billion measure includes $25 billion in emergency contingency funds for Iraq and Afghanistan.

OMB unveils changes to Grants.gov funding

Additional agencies asked to contribute funds to next phase of successful e-government initiative.

Tech official: Navy-Marine Corps network on track

Rear Adm. Charles Munns says Navy officials must “harvest” NMCI technology to provide tangible benefits.

DHS faulted over Washington area security coordination

Almost three years after Sept. 11, government auditors find security and spending coordination lacking in capital region.

Officials duck questions on passenger screening system

TSA official says the program is under review for possible changes to reflect privacy and civil-liberties concerns.

GSA cancels mental health contract following investigation

Technology company was to provide counseling for troops, but critics say it had no experience.

Waste Watchers

Federal employees are well-situated to identify red tape.

Top Navy officials say security will not be compromised in new network

Senior Navy officials said this week that network security in the Navy Marine Corps Intranet will not be weakened to increase the speed of the program's rollout.