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Agencies criticized for overclassifying information

9/11 commission report recommends government share more information, but new study finds classification costs increased $1 billion in a year.

Lawmakers, analysts weigh new audit requirements for agencies

Sarbanes-Oxley standards for private companies would add a another layer for federal agencies, in response to corporate accounting scandals.

Lawmakers call for investigation of security procedures at Los Alamos

Two computer disks with classified information are reported missing from the lab and there are claims of e-mail violations.

Federal bureaucracy thickening, study finds

The Bush administration is not paying enough attention to the growth, a Brookings Institution scholar concludes.

9/11 commission scolds government over attacks, calls for major reforms

Panel members and victims’ families plan to lobby hard for changes.

Agency Reconstruction

Officials at the Public Building Service clarified what the agency did, then reconfigured the workforce to meet that mission.

HHS chief unveils plan for health care IT

Electronic health records and nationwide information network will take a decade to develop, Thompson tells health summit.

Bill would protect whistleblowers

The Justice Department had opposed earlier versions of the whistleblower legislation.

Report faults USDA on black farmers' claims

Interest groups say department made it difficult or impossible for farmers to file claims under discrimination settlement.