For fiscal 2009, Pentagon has requested $72 billion in emergency spending for new equipment.
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GAO needs more data to determine whether security incidents will continue to decline.
Groups criticize office closures, Bush funding request.
Delay could hinder the military's ability to operate and sustain its forces.
House committee pressures FDA to release briefing notes on hearing about controversial new drug.
Defense Department unable to justify savings from using contracts that do not require annual reauthorization, GAO finds.
Proposal includes development of network for president and other top officials that could operate after nuclear blast.
Department analysis of estimated $112 billion in rebates show largest portion would go to Calif. taxpayers.
Report says government needs to invest billions more annually to improve counterinsurgency operations in Middle East.
Panelists note sufficient jurisdiction to prosecute contractors but a lack of political will.