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DHS answers to many, pleases few

Homeland Security’s broad responsibilities spread contract dollars and controversy.

Space agency presses full-speed ahead on exploration plans

Budget and technological hurdles arent stopping NASA from shooting for the moon -- and Mars.

Energy told to tighten cybersecurity policies

IG audit identifies significant issues that could leave classified information vulnerable.

From Nextgov.com: Project will preserve Bush administration Web sites

Public and historians will be able to view government Web sites as they were before the transition to the next presidential administration.

Defense continues to lead the pack in federal travel spending

Agencies spent more on travel in 2007 after sticking closer to home in the previous year.

Transfer of technical jobs will test Army’s workforce planning

Defense strategy for moving work down the East Coast is solid, but implementation will be tricky, GAO says.

Government's green purchasing program faces oversight challenges

Now that a federal program to buy green goods is a reality, Uncle Sam is discovering the difficulty of measuring its results.

Defense audit agency maps out response to damaging report

DCAA chief reminds employees in internal memos that they should not allow external factors or performance metrics to hurt the quality of their work.

Army begins overhaul of civilian career management

Service aims to develop career paths and improve education and training opportunities.

Advocacy office says small firms deserve break on E-Verify

Rule requiring contractors to vet workers through Homeland Security employee identification system could place a heavy financial burden on smaller companies.