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White House urged to punish GSA chief to 'fullest extent'

Letter to President Bush on Lurita Doan's potential Hatch Act violation says she failed to cooperate fully with investigation.

Lawmakers move to halt funds for data-mining plan

Funding wouldn’t be released until the Homeland Security Department submits a privacy-impact assessment for the program.

Standards body drafts guide on preventing data breaches

Publication is designed to accompany earlier release on minimum controls, and lists different security measures and explains how to test them.

Lawmakers wary as Secure Border Initiative nears launch

First phase of program slated to become operational on June 13.

Agriculture technology chief to leave at end of month

David Combs managed USDA’s $2 billion technology budget, covering 29 agencies and offices nationwide.

Kennedy Space Center contract workers have helped ready shuttle Atlantis for launch.

NASA contract workers threaten strike

All sides agree that a walkout beginning Sunday would not affect shuttle launch set for Friday.

Malicious software takes up time, resources

Office of Management and Budget official says agencies need to do more than the minimum to comply with cybersecurity law.

GSA announces new purchase card providers

Cards will have features to enhance oversight, such as automatic e-mail notification of purchases to supervisors.

Spy agency extends massive contract for IT support

Three-year extension will keep CSC and Northrop Grumman-led group of contractors at NSA through 2011.

Army medical units in Iraq struggle with information systems

Internal briefings show that units are using records system that runs on outdated Windows 2000 operating system.