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Survey: Unauthorized teleworkers a security risk

Report recommends that agencies audit unofficial teleworkers and give them the same home computer security training and equipment as official teleworkers.

Commerce Department touts public safety grant program

Nearly $1 billion in grants is set aside for improving the ability of state and local public safety networks to communicate with each other across jurisdictions.

GSA chief disputes report on Hatch Act violations

Investigators’ findings that Lurita Doan engaged in improper political activity were subjective, her lawyer argues.

GSA announces five Networx telecom awardees

Sprint Solutions makes the smaller Enterprise contract, after disappointment on the large Universal award in March.

Rules lacking over access to executive branch info

Congress can use tools such as control over agency budgets to encourage disclosure, report notes.

OSC rejects claim it leaked copies of Hatch Act report

In a letter, Special Counsel Scott Bloch suggests that the General Services Administration was the source of the leak.

Defense plans to be big user of GSA’s Networx contract

Defense Information Systems Agency officials say they plan to shift from the existing FTS 2001 telecommunications system to Networx along with other federal agencies.

Lawyer for GSA chief argues investigative agency is biased

Agency should “disapprove” draft report concluding Lurita Doan violated the Hatch Act, attorney says.

Early special counsel report pushed punishment for GSA chief

Later version softened the edge, leaving it to President Bush to determine how to handle alleged Hatch Act violations.

Investigators focused on Doan's role in a Jan. 26 meeting at GSA headquarters that included a presentation by a deputy of Karl Rove.

Special counsel finds GSA chief violated Hatch Act

Lurita Doan challenges some of report’s findings, has until June 1 to respond officially.