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Work continues on ID card program despite bid protests

GSA restarts work, citing national security interests.

Watchdog group seeks probe of Education Department use of e-mail

Organization says it was told some Education employees use private e-mail accounts for official business; department says that's not the case.

NSA seeks to open classified network to allies

Under plan, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and New Zealand would get access to Secret Internet Protocol Router Network.

Pentagon official says list of banned Web sites could grow

Popular sites such as YouTube were blocked because they were "bandwidth hogs," official says.

Funding, technology cited as key to speeding security clearances

Defense agency is once again facing a budget shortfall; last year it had to suspend processing of clearance applications.

A Customs and Border Protection officer enters a passenger's information at Dulles International Airport.

Report: DHS unit fails to fully disclose use of personal information

To comply with privacy laws, agency must detail how data collected from international air travelers is used, GAO says.

Progress cited on ‘marathon’ Defense business systems upgrade

GAO continues to encourage creation of a chief management position to sustain changes across administrations.

Devices to detect radiation in cargo face scrutiny

In letter seeking an investigation, lawmakers say Homeland Security appears to be rushing a testing and certification program.

Lawmaker asks Defense not to block YouTube, MySpace

Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., says it would be better for the military to ration limited Internet resources.

Lawmaker expresses "ire" and "rage" over loss of employees' information.

TSA breach prompts call for new data protection measure

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, says procedures to protect personal information and penalties for violations are critical.