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Panelists push fully automated security clearance processing

Delays costly to government as well as industry, Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., says.

Lawmaker proposes panel to study employee appeals backlog

Managers’ groups support idea but unions say commission would be stacked with political appointees.

Protest filed over Army Corps decision to keep IT work in-house

Challenge relates to alleged flaws in the selection process; decision expected in early August.

EEOC extends customer service center pilot project

Lawmakers had requested that the commission put off a vote on whether to make the center permanent, pending further review.

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Senators vote to increase border, port security funding

Provision that would restructure FEMA but keep it within the Homeland Security Department passes by a wide margin.

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.