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Homeland Security announces $970M for transportation

The two largest amounts each went for transit and port security grants.

Obama-approved satellite plan opens rift on Capitol Hill

Under the plan, the intelligence community will buy and launch new electro-optical satellites over the next decade.

Just Round One

It's easy to give the outcome of a special election too much weight -- but looking for a pattern is more useful.

Ex-FDA official calls for harmonized food-safety strategy

Margaret Glavin says a more global market "poses an enormous threat to our food safety system."

Budget plan likely to renew fierce battle over presidential helicopter

Any new competition for the chopper contract would almost certainly trigger a fight between the New York and Connecticut congressional delegations.

CBO says fiscal 2009 mid-year deficit at $953 billion

Estimate comes after last month's projection that the fiscal 2009 deficit would total more than $1.7 trillion.

Boosting Defense acquisition workforce could be tricky

The Pentagon will have to compete with other government agencies and private companies for talent.

Gates urges legislators to shelve parochial interests

Defense chief says he has been disheartened by a lack of budget discipline.

Defense chief announces weapons cuts

Gates says the Pentagon plans to bring on 13,000 civil servants in fiscal 2010 to replace support service contractors.

Bill would provide steady funding and staff for executive boards

Regional organizations currently rely on voluntary contributions from agencies.