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Clearance applications not processed within target times

Average time for initial clearances granted in early 2006 was 446 days, GAO finds.

Study forecasts downturn in IT spending

Decline in spending on traditional technology will be offset by increase in "mission support services," report predicts.

Panel: Performance-based contracting slow to get traction

Acquisition advisory committee found that 42 percent of contracts classified as performance-based weren’t.

GSA not interested in contracting 'monopoly,' official says

But head of Federal Acquisition Service says agency should be only provider of some services, such as telecommunications and credit cards.

Federal employees begin receiving new ID cards

Presidential directive required agencies to distribute new high tech credentials to at least one worker by Friday.

Income limits spur drop in use of free tax filing software

Auditors say cap conflicts with e-government initiative's goal of boosting overall electronic filing.

Academic urges government-run emergency communications network

After the disastrous communications failures on Sept. 11, 2001, and during Hurricane Katrina, the current decentralized emergency response system shouldn’t be tolerated, professor says.

Google seeks better access to government information

Online search giant says as much as 40 percent of public information on agency Web sites is unsearchable.

Web strategists tout candidate use of search ads

A recent study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project says more people are going online for political information.

More FOIA funds, staff needed, group says

National Security Archive says recent Justice Department report on reforming Freedom of Information Act procedures fails to address resource constraints.