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Panel: Private sector can control risks of cyberattack

Report suggests shifting control of corporate cyber infrastructures from IT departments to chief financial officers.

Sources say Agriculture deputy to leave USDA for farm group

The announcement of new CEO of the National Conference of Farmer Cooperatives won't be official until January.


OSC chief announces he will resign on Jan. 5

Since his confirmation in 2004, Special Counsel Scott Bloch has generated heated opposition from government watchdog groups and key members of Congress.

Pentagon drops another troubled Army helicopter program

Decision will force the Army to keep its aging fleet of OH-58D Kiowa Warriors flying far longer than anticipated.

Airlines expect trouble with passenger screening program

Critics of TSA's Secure Flight say the program could harm international relations, disrupt travel and create more confusion for carriers.

Officials worry about safety of financial data

Computer hackers could cause additional economic turmoil by spreading false information.


Bush performance rating tool draws plaudits, pans

Proponents and critics of PART reflect on its effectiveness in measuring the success of federal programs.

FDA to open international offices

Agency will have a presence in China, India, Europe and Latin America before the end of 2008.

Campaign advisers say presidential candidates are committed to regulatory reform

Next commander in chief is likely to support electronic rule-making and the revival of a federal advisory agency on administrative processes.

Feds are more mobile, but dissatisfied with agencies’ wireless support

Survey says latest technology could boost employees’ productivity outside the office.