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Administration considers establishing FDA office in India

HHS chief notes that talks are just beginning and could be lengthy because of India's complicated bureaucracy.

Army growth plans may exceed cost estimate

GAO urges Pentagon to provide Congress with more thorough information on plan to boost ranks by 75,000 troops.

Budget office predicts growing deficit but no recession next year

Estimates do not factor in the costs of wars or extensions of expiring tax cuts and the economic stimulus package.

California Senator, EPA fight over notes on waiver ruling

Agency officials have cited executive privilege in not publicly disclosing internal and attorney-client discussions.

New FEMA blueprint seeks to clarify emergency response roles

Success of new National Response Framework hinges on operational details, training and exercises.

Lawmakers favor outside access to legislative data

House committee asks Library of Congress to explore solutions for supplying the public with raw legislative information.

Chaos Keeps Winning

We've never seen two presidential races as unpredictable as this year's.

Democrats likely to step up oversight efforts

Majority party on Capitol Hill looks to pick up where they left off in 2007: Using their subpoena power to probe the Bush administration's management of federal operations.

HHS chief aims for IT job credentials in a year

Group says move to digital health records is hampered by workforce shortage.

Technology associations move to merge operations

Information Technology Association of America and Government Electronics and Information Technology Association approved the merger last week.