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Democratic victory may kill surveillance bills

Short, post-election session, could still be "rife with danger," civil rights advocate cautions.

IRS still planning public-private contest for computer services

Competition could encompass 2,000 jobs, but a request for proposals scheduled to be released last month has been delayed.

E-voting glitches give election watchers pause

More than a third of counties are administering elections this year on new equipment, according to a report released this fall.

Firm withdraws protest of ID card services contract

GSA officials are weighing how to proceed with next contract for end-to-end services to help agencies meet presidential mandate.

IRS chief warns tax industry of growing debate over online filing services

Mark Everson said Congress may order the agency to provide its own tax preparation services.

Homeland Security eyes data fusion in states, localities

DHS official plans to embed intelligence officers at 18 “fusion centers” by October 2007, and at all such centers within another year.

OMB: Management agenda will outlast Bush administration

Initiatives to address basic challenges for government will last, in some form, even without legislation, officials say.

Agencies close to satisfying cybersecurity law

Early numbers from reports submitted Oct. 1 show that 88 percent of systems will meet certification and accreditation requirements.

Air Force seeks to strengthen satellite defense system

Satellites are key in goal of linking military units across the globe using sophisticated battle command computer networks.

Defense begins issuing new identification cards

Upgrades to make cards compliant with presidential mandate are expected to boost efficiency, protect privacy and guard against identity theft.