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Judge skeptical of argument for new trial in Safavian case

Decision to admit e-mail evidence was “close,” judge says.

Opportunities Abound

New administrator, Lurita Doan, brings energy and a small business perspective to the General Services Administration.

Chertoff calls for end to ban on deporting Salvadorans

DHS officials say Bush border control effort cannot be implemented effectively with legal loopholes remaining.

GSA to centralize the sale of excess government property

Civilian agencies will be required to migrate to central sale centers.

DHS alters plans for transportation worker ID program

Facility and vessel owners will not need to install card readers during the first phase.

Panel backs licensing for tax return preparers

IRS should also drop outsourcing initiative and boost funding for assistance services, taxpayer committee recommends.

Bush orders health agencies to standardize IT systems

Executive order urges agencies that oversee health insurers and medical providers to share quality and price information.

GSA awards contract for end-to-end ID card services

BearingPoint wins $105 million, 5-year contract for integrating products and services complying with presidential mandate.

Army Corps upholds decision to keep IT work in-house

Contractor that competed for the jobs has until Aug. 28 to file an appeal outside the agency.

A year later, Katrina survivors give government low marks

Almost 70 percent give the feds a thumbs-down in new poll.