Inspector general and GAO cite poor oversight, insufficient controls.
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Congress increases funding for SSA to address growing number of requests for hearings; but experts say fundamental changes still needed.
Omnibus measure sets funding at $76 million after Bush requested $870 million; lawmakers say $1.2 billion is available in funds from previous appropriations.
Mark Filip, nominee for deputy attorney general, may get special accommodation because of the importance of the No. 2 position at the department.
The GOP's situation developing for 2008 is not so much a wave as a drainage problem.
Democrats back down on many spending priorities; Bush indicates he'll sign measure.
Restructuring combat brigades will exceed most recent estimate of $52.5 billion.
National Treasury Employees Union to launch campaign on scheduling, testing and bargaining rights.
Contractor accepts $2.8 million penalty to address a widely publicized security lapse last year.
More than 60 percent of the 50 largest contractors' campaign contributions have gone to Democratic candidates.