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OMB management chief sees no need to 'fix' IG system

Legislation not needed because 'we do not have an IG problem,' says Clay Johnson.

Border-state lawmakers decry new ID rules for travelers

Travelers will be required to produce documents proving citizenship when coming into the country from Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean.

Ridge: Fighting terror takes 'People plus technology'

Former Homeland Security Department Secretary cites lack of information sharing as hurdle to better security.

Backers of bill on federal Web services seek action

Measure would order agencies to measure citizen satisfaction with government services, including Web interactions.

OMB orders agencies to report on efforts to protect private data

Agency issues memo on implementing changes to Federal Information Security Management Act.

Pentagon seeks to buy more F-22 fighter jets

Move would add to the Air Force's fleet and delay expected production-line closures.

White House, Senate committee still at odds over IG bill

OMB chief details concerns about 10 different provisions in legislation to boost inspector general independence.

Official touts Bush's efforts to improve e-government

Deputy e-gov chief says governmentwide Web sites have helped users navigate bureaucratic maze.

GSA watchdog finds himself on other side of misconduct investigation

Former counsel alleges misuse of resources, retaliatory actions against managers at inspector general’s office.

Coast Guard says icebreakers key To U.S. future in Arctic

Area has seen increasingly intense international competition for territorial rights and resources.