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New agreement attempts to strike balance between U.S. security and European Union concerns about passenger privacy.
Sensitive data could be at risk, inspector general finds in review of 298 laptops.
Notification when the risk for identity theft is greater could provide incentives for both consumers and data collectors to take steps toward prevention, report says.
Order doesn’t change anything for troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, where the sites have been blocked on U.S. Central Command networks for more than two years.
Department is moving component agencies to one of two management systems, financial chief says.
Decrease followed agreement limiting the service to 70 percent of tax filers, auditors find.
County officials upset by phase-out of tool to distribute disaster management software and establish interoperability standards.
Office of Management and Budget urges Congress to meet full funding request, but veto threat stems from unrelated provisions.
Democrats complain of "considerable difficulties" in getting information and documents from the Defense Department during the review.