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From Nextgov.com: Federal cybersecurity monitoring goes real-time and digital

New rules call for agencies to continuously collect data about security status and stream it to OMB monthly, rather than report quarterly by paper.

Divided Government

If the GOP recaptures the House during the midterm election, it could help President Obama's reelection chances.

Harvard professor nominated to head CMS

Donald Berwick's name had been circulating for months.

Experts suggest eight ways to fix the VA claims backlog

Recommendations include computerizing records, improving coordination with the Defense Department and better prioritizing cases.

GSA announces new chief of staff

Michael Robertson will focus on sustainability, open government, economic recovery and contracting.

Appropriator expects $4 billon fiscal 2011 discretionary cut

The cut would come on top of a White House proposal to freeze nonsecurity discretionary spending for three years.

Senators blast border security efforts

Lawmakers suggest administration terminate a troubled, multibillion-dollar virtual fencing contract in favor of more physical fencing.

Senator rips collective bargaining agreements on federal construction projects

Republican Susan Collins argues the administration’s policy favors unions and will increase contract costs.

From Nextgov.com: Justices question public employees’ expectations of privacy

The Supreme Court hears arguments concerning government workers’ Fourth Amendment rights .

Forward Observer: Rational Defense

The country is spending more than $1 trillion a year on national defense despite fighting only two little wars against enemies with no ships, warplanes or tanks.