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Justice attempts to avert a BlackBerry shutdown

Department pushing to ensure that government users will be exempt from any court-ordered disruption in service.

Use of telework in Katrina aftermath limited

Some federal offices affected by the hurricane found the alternate work arrangement impractical.

EPA teams up on New Orleans e-recycling day

Consumers can drop off electronic equipment destroyed by Hurricane Katrina for proper disposal.

Report: HHS fails to oversee technology investments

Department lacks comprehensive plan defining and prioritizing desired improvements, GAO says.

Opposition to Army sexual assault database grows

Proposed system for tracking incidents has yet to be launched.

End to Indian trust fund dispute could be closer

Appeals court decision and proposed legislative fix could lead to faster settlement.

GSA revamps Web site

Redesign brings clarity to site that has ranked relatively low on customer satisfaction surveys.

Pentagon launches electronic health record system

System will be fully deployed by December 2006.

Electronic travel service survives House-Senate negotiations

Language requires 23 percent of eTravel subcontracts to go to small businesses.

Lawmaker urges Bush to promote telework

The work arrangement deserves mention in the State of the Union address, says Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va.