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Senate subpanel advances $51.2 billion Commerce-Justice bill

Measure would restore $900 million of $1.2 billion in proposed cutbacks to Justice Department programs.

DHS revamps emergency alert system

Changes will reach every state by late 2007; eventually individuals will receive alerts on cell phones.

Infighting hurt VA data breach response, IG finds

Personal conflicts between a career official and political appointee contributed to poor handling of the incident, report says.

New GSA chief reaches out to small businesses, agencies

Six weeks in, Lurita Doan is optimistic that her agency can finish the year in the black.

Partisans seek edge in homeland security funding

Senior Republicans are increasingly frustrated with DHS’ financial management, especially that of the Federal Protective Service.

In pandemic, homes could become 'safe havens' for work

OPM issues guidelines for agencies on maintaining operations in the event of a flu outbreak.

Security clearance processing deadlines pose challenges

For the first time in months, the Defense Security Service fully resumes its work.

Competitive sourcing veterans share stories, tips

Agencies should focus on communication before and during competitions, and follow-through once they are finished, officials say.

Report: VA treated data breach with ‘indifference’

Employee responsible for stolen computer equipment was not authorized to take sensitive personal information home, inspector general report says.

Ex-Powell aide urges appointees to trust employees

At Excellence in Government conference, Larry Wilkerson also encourages federal workers to speak up if they encounter wrongdoing.