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Senator reveals ideas for tougher TARP oversight

Under consideration is a stipulation that firms receiving program funds return to the government any executive bonuses paid out since the initiative began.

January 29, 2009 Leave a comment

Navy says new presidential helicopter way over budget

Program costs have ballooned over the last three years, increasing by more than 50 percent.

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Report: U.S. needs to balance military force, 'soft' power

Roles and missions review focuses on irregular warfare, cyberspace, airlift and intelligence-gathering with unmanned aircraft.

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From Nextgov.com: Tougher security standards coming for removable storage devices

Modifications to contracts would require protections from worms and viruses, and stronger encryption requirements.

January 29, 2009 Leave a comment

House to vote next week on omnibus spending bill

Federal government programs currently are being funded through a continuing resolution Congress approved in September.

January 28, 2009 Leave a comment

IG: Energy fails to track tactical weapons and sensitive equipment adequately

Inventory audit shows some facilities hoard excess weapons while others have shortfalls.

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Obama promises oversight, quick spending

President promises Web site will let would-be auditors monitor how funds are being distributed.

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House backs whistleblower provision in stimulus bill

Amendment extends protections to FBI and intelligence community whistleblowers and strengthens them for federal contractors.

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Holder's nomination clears Senate Judiciary Committee

Obama's choice for attorney general was approved on a 17-2 vote.

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Confirmation hearing for HHS chief is on the horizon

Tax and real estate data collection for secretary-designate Tom Daschle has taken longer than anticipated.

January 28, 2009 Leave a comment