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Federal Protective Service may cut hundreds of police jobs

Memo indicates agency also plans to reduce weekend and night hours, decrease frequency of risk assessments for some buildings.

Better planning urged for disaster loan program

New Senate bill would require SBA to address the problem and stabilize program funding.

IRS chief cites progress toward closing tax gap

Agency has to be careful to balance the need for compliance with additional burdens placed on taxpayers, commissioner tells lawmakers.

Task force recommends measures to improve DHS culture

Union criticizes report for failing to capture the views of employees who carry out the department’s mission.

TSA seeks 1,300 more employees

Agency chief aims to beef up efforts to detect fake IDs at airports.

Lawmakers re-introduce whistleblower, ethics measures

Committee leaders hopeful bills will make better progress in the new Congress; panel to mark them up Wednesday.

Lawmaker: VA officials still take lax approach to data security

Recording indicates that VA official dismissed congressional requests for information as a power grab; official says comments taken out of context.

Former top CIA official indicted in corruption probe

Charges are latest in investigation that sent former Rep. Randy (Duke) Cunningham to prison.

FEMA on hiring binge to fill out staff

Officials hope to find as many as 50 employees at a job fair Thursday; many of the available positions are in contracting.

VA loses sensitive information on 1.3 million doctors

Latest computer hard drive to go missing held data on physicians who have billed Medicaid and Medicare.