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White House resurrects plan to track computer break-ins

White House cybersecurity adviser Richard Clarke would like to revive a plan for tracking patterns of computer activity and attempted intrusions at all government agencies, though the plan has been controversial in the past.

An extra day off

The next day off for federal workers could be Christmas Eve.

TSP ‘catch-up’ bill introduced in House

Federal employees aged 50 and older would be able to contribute an extra $1,000 to their Thrift Savings Plan accounts next year if Congress passes a bill introduced in the House this week.

Government becomes America's hottest technology market

Even before Sept. 11, the federal information technology market was booming. Now, when it comes to IT, Uncle Sam is the only game in town.

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