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Cuts and reductions proposed for more than 150 programs.
Whoever takes over as the new chief of the intelligence apparatus could learn from the early, faltering steps of the Homeland Security Department.
Proposals would grant the president enhanced authority to reorganize agencies.
Contractors responsible for nuclear facilities face expiring contracts and mass retirements.
DHS has done a good job of hashing out short-term policy matters, but long-term planning has lagged, says Assistant Secretary C. Stewart Verdery Jr.
In State of the Union message, president pledges to eliminate 150 poor-performing programs.
Workforce survey also shows agencies will need more employees in the fields of medicine, engineering, science and business.