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Nominee to head VA policy office pledges to protect sensitive data

Patrick Dunne says he would implement a plan to change the department’s information technology culture.

Legislators rip DHS contracting practices

Tight deadlines and other challenges are no excuse for poor management, House Government Reform Committee Chairman Tom Davis says.

Report: EPA implementation of air toxics program inadequate

Program has been a lower priority for the agency than other air quality efforts, GAO says.

DHS to add biometric data to visitor tracking program

Proposal would cover about a million people, including those seeking immigrant or refugee status.

Lawmakers demand details on FEMA identity verification contract

Company points to praise of work it conducted in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Hooked by Hackers

No patch can fix the most vulnerable spot in any network: the user.

New DHS privacy chief: I'll speak out if necessary

Critics say Hugo Teufel lacks adequate experience in privacy and government management.

OMB director upbeat on line-item veto bill’s chances

Rob Portman goes to the Senate to pitch the measure, stresses that House passed bill by a wide margin.

Dems: Large businesses miscoded as small got $12 billion in contracts

Group of lawmakers says illusion of attaining small business goals hurts effort to unbundle large contracts.

New rule eases barriers to employing the disabled

Change seeks to simplify process of determining whether candidates qualify for excepted service positions.