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Inspector general has recovered $4.7 million in fines and restitutions since October, despite a relatively level budget and staff size.
Commandant Thad Allen talks about the troubled "Deepwater" program now that the service has received its first new long-range cutter in 36 years.
Uncertain economy, new administration may temper technology spending.
Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff James Cartwright has a record of conceptualizing vast bureaucratic reforms -- and actually accomplishing them.
The office exists only on paper, until Congress resolves issues with supplemental war funding requests.
A 134-page document provides guidance to firms that need assistance complying with federal regulations.
Agency has four years to hike the percentage of electronically filed tax returns it receives to meet a congressional requirement.
In a recent round of testing, agency says, only five of 61 functions passed.
Without supplemental funding, Gates predicts furloughs and suspension of pay.