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VA installs encryption software on thousands of laptops

Department’s acting CIO says personally owned computers used for work remain a security risk.

OMB enlists bloggers’ aid in pushing management agenda

Move comes as President Bush signs blogger-backed bill to create Web site tracking federal spending.

Officials forgo Supreme Court appeal in DHS labor case

The Homeland Security Department will reenter talks with unions to plan a new system that fits within legal requirements.

Chertoff: Immigrant detention facilities under strain

Contingency contract allowing construction of more detention centers may be invoked, officials say.

GAO questions savings estimates for Defense Travel System

The Pentagon disagrees with finding that moving employees to other jobs does not count toward savings.

OMB chief talks management

Rob Portman addresses issues on the 'M' side of his agency for the first time publicly.

OPM scolded over SES pay system's unpopularity

In survey released last week, executives expressed dissatisfaction with pay-for-performance system.

TSA to permit some liquids, step up luggage inspections

Agency continues to ramp up liquid explosives detection efforts, but eases restrictions for carry-ons.

Millions in Iraq contracts obligated to ‘dummy vendor’

Inspectors find no foul play; say 96 contracts were not properly obligated and will be lost at end of month.

Groups join to advocate more FDA funding

Agency's appropriations have not kept pace with those of its sister agencies, former HHS secretary says.