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Agency launches anti-drug ads on video-sharing site

Potential for reducing drug use remains unclear; online ads run risk of prompting parodies.

GSA probe of regional contracting shops finds few problems

Agency continues to differ with the Defense Department on interpretations of law on spending contract funds.

Latest attempt to cut Defense Travel System fails

Final version of authorization bill orders independent study of system.

Movement in federal IT jobs increasing, panelists say

The “golden handcuffs” perception of federal work is fading, fostering more back and forth between the civil service and the private sector.

Watchdog group previews federal spending search tool

New Web site may set the standard for a future site required by a recently signed law.

Review: Security flaws place DHS inspectors’ laptops at risk

Weak inventory procedures and security policies contribute to vulnerability of inspector general laptops containing sensitive information.

Industry officials sketch priorities for DHS cyber czar

New chief needs to narrow down list of potential priorities and hone in on a few goals, observers say.

Report points to flaws in regulatory agency's IT security

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission agrees to fix weaknesses, but argues password problems are minimal.

New IT agreements may reduce DHS reliance on interagency contracts

Department also is working to hire more acquisition workers to oversee contracts, officials say in response to GAO report.