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DHS bureau gets first permanent chief financial officer

Move indicates commitment to overcoming fiscal problems that have plagued Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

More federal technology work expected to go private

Report predicts that the growing deficit and tightened spending will drive IT outsourcing as a way to save money.

Swarming Information

To net terrorists, abandon bureaucracy.

Coast Guard modernization program could move faster, contractor says

Acceleration of the 25-year Deepwater project depends on funding, executive notes.

Report finds government whistleblowers lack adequate protections

Presidential and executive branch power has also become a dominating issue in Samuel Alito’s bid for the Supreme Court.

Agencies tackle massive Gulf Coast waste removal challenge

EPA, Army Corps and contractors involved in effort to safely dispose of at least 90 million cubic yards of rubble.

Hurricane reconstruction strategist seeks local input

Former Texas banker charged with coordinating long-term plans to rebuild says he will avoid wielding a heavy federal hand.

Appointment dampens hopes for merger of DHS bureaus

With top Immigration and Customs Enforcement position filled, opportune time for merger has passed, observers say.

Senate Dems to question Alito on executive branch power

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., calls judge's support for executive branch throughout his career "genuinely troubling."

ICE cited for improper award of small business set-aside contract

Use of a large subcontractor made company ineligible for detention officer and transportation services work, GAO says.