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Most panels refrain from launching passport probes

State Department's response to the issue appears to have at least temporarily headed off inquiries from other committees.

FDA commissioner: Unfunded provisions giving agency headache

A provision requiring a faster response to petitions regarding generic drug approval will pose problems.

Agencies still resist outsourcing financial management, expert says

Some large departments are not embracing the financial management line of business, while most small agencies have outsourced operations.

Monumental Incompetence

Florida and its Democratic Party have opted for the political equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Airlines, Homeland Security tangle over fingerprint regulations

DHS could issue rule requiring airlines to take fingerprints of most foreigners leaving the U.S. via air as part of national security program.

Navy chief warns against diversion of destroyer funds

Gary Roughead says using the Navy's DDG-1000 destroyer as a "cash cow" to pay for other ships will affect combat capabilities.

Federal grand jury in special Iraq IG probe hears more witnesses

Investigation remains focused on allegations that Stuart Bowen and his deputy illegally read staff's e-mails.

Number of bogus IRS e-mails spikes

Security vendor reports a 3,000 percent increase in the number of phishing attempts to trick taxpayers to give up personal information.

OMB announces new cap on executive compensation costs in federal contracts

Fiscal 2008 cap nearly $15,000 higher than last year.

Justice Department grant process gets Waxman's attention

Reports allege the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention awarded noncompetitive grants.