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Federal Protective Service woes could threaten building security

Watchdog agency says a lean budget and staff reductions at FPS could mean less secure government facilities.

Congress, administration gear up for final budget battle

Democrats must deal with the White House if they want to get spending bills signed into law.

FDA still underfunded, say lawmakers

Despite president’s latest budget boost, some believe it’s not enough for agency to fulfill its mission.

Bush threatens to veto fiscal 2009 appropriations above set limit

Budget includes holding non-security spending flat, despite inflation.

Extra funds could help Social Security improve claims processing

SSA chief says workforce buried under avalanche of baby boomer retirement and disability claims.

Lawmaker criticizes DHS cybersecurity nominee

Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said a committee investigation last year showed Scott Charbo failed to properly address computer security breaches.

Real growth in Defense spending nearly over, secretary warns

Fiscal 2009 proposal could become the largest department budget ever.

House Dem wants additional ships, aircraft in spending bills

John Murtha, D-Pa., would boost Navy shipbuilding and buy more F-22s under new budget.

Commission defends proposal on state control of troops

Pentagon officials have argued that the recommendation is unconstitutional.

OMB touts savings from e-gov initiatives

Agencies report shutting down more than 100 systems in governmentwide consolidation.