Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., says security breaches make him question Scott Charbo's "ability to lead the department's IT efforts."
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Lapses at the Homeland Security Department may prompt broader questions about the 2002 Federal Information Security Management Act.
Policies are in place for agencies to put public records on the Internet, but agencies are Web-averse, open government advocate says.
House subcommittee allocates relatively minor increases in NASA funding to earth science programs, aeronautics research, education and climate change sensors.
Department not fully meeting 2006 requirement that the loss of sensitive information must be reported within one hour, auditors find.
Change in definition accounts for falling numbers; disparities in telework by pay grade remain.
Senators opt to provide only $362 million for visitor tracking program, $100 million less than the House.
Guidelines implement a 2002 law and establish uniform standards for protecting sensitive information.
Money to pay for credit monitoring will come out of cybersecurity budget, agency official says.
At hearing Wednesday, Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., calls for Lurita Doan's resignation.