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Report: Agency loss of personal information widespread

Some agencies have failed to track data breaches or notify the affected individuals, House committee finds.

Bush, lawmakers at odds over qualifications for FEMA chief

Bush says he may not abide by appropriations measure's requirement that emergency management chief have at least five years of related experience.

Working group to study online procurement

Group will review agencies that use "creative" buying services, and issue a best practices guide.

Army Corps competition for IT work strains staff

Some information management offices have lost more than a third of their employees since public-private contest began.

Thou Shalt Not Steal

Even with good cause, taking agency documents is against the law.

Forum discussion probes contracting challenges

Attendees recommend replacing “acquisition” with “purchasing” to make jobs sound more appealing.

Privacy groups rap DHS plan to limit access to clearance information

Proposal could make half of data gathered during background investigations off-limits to applicants, one opponent says.

GSA launches governmentwide property sales site

Web site will consolidate agencies’ efforts to unload unwanted assets.

Park Service deputy chief resigns

Donald Murphy is central figure in case of fired Park Police Chief Teresa Chambers.

White House chief's notebook raises question: What's a 'record'?

Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card sought to circumvent Presidential Records Act by keeping key personnel information in blue spiral notebook he bought himself.