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TSA lacks technology to meet air cargo screening goal

Aircraft coming into the United States from abroad will pose a particular challenge.

Locke says Census director will report directly to him

Commerce secretary-designate vows that the Census Bureau will use an actual head count for apportionment of federal resources.

Tauscher leaving House seat for Clinton's State Department

California lawmaker has accepted nomination to be undersecretary for arms control and international security.

Blue Dogs issue budget guidelines ahead of fiscal 2010 action

Fiscally conservative House Democrats recommend holding nondefense domestic spending increases in the budget resolution to the rate of inflation.

Agencies plotting response to Mexican violence

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano declined to provide details on the plan or when it will be made public.

Senator says carrier must stay put due to Navy budget shortfall

Webb wants to keep all of the East Coast carriers at Norfolk Naval Base.

Rep. Edolphus Towns, D-N.Y., has called for a uniform approach to tracking stimulus funds.

Stimulus oversight panel continues to staff up

Recovery Act Accountability and Transparency Board will hold first meeting next week.

Report encourages better performance measures for IGs

Lack of accountability and outsourcing hotlines make investigators less effective, says nonprofit group.

Moderate Democrats flexing muscles on fiscal matters

Centrists are forming a working group in an attempt to keep spending down.

Drug industry is wary of Obama's pick for FDA deputy

Joshua Sharfstein has a long and sometimes contentious history with the pharmaceutical industry.