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DHS: State disaster response plans lacking

Federal officials still need to improve coordination with state and local governments, review finds.

Senator seeks probe into alleged scientific censorship

White House science office pushes new NASA policy as model for other agencies.

E-gov projects again face cuts on Capitol Hill

OMB has enhanced efforts to communicate benefits of projects, but appropriators remain skeptical.

Earmark foe collects a few for his district

Advocate for earmark overhaul secured funds in Transportation-Treasury appropriations bill for at least two local projects.

VA weighing steps to protect medical records

Subcontractor in India threatened to release 30,000 of the department’s medical records over the Internet last year.

Bush signs supplemental spending bill

Measure to provide war, border security, Gulf Coast recovery and avian flu funding also sets discretionary spending cap for fiscal 2007.

FEMA abandons target date for full staffing

New director says he is no longer sure when agency will be near full capacity, cites bureaucracy as a problem.

Report: Telework could bring financial benefit to agencies

But a lack of support is hampering growth of the work-from-home concept in the government, consultants say.

VA security policies lack enforcement teeth, legislator says

Department directive issued last week restricts the transmission of agency data.

Lawmakers seek more precision in TSA’s terrorist watch list

Failure of program to expedite screening for frequent fliers to move past development stage also frustrates legislators.