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Security Stress

Protecting company data can be more stressful than getting a divorce, survey of IT managers finds.

WSJ: CIA asked to adjust drone strike policy

Behind closed doors, officials concerned that drone strikes are straining the relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan, the paper reports.

FBI, Homeland Security defer to each other on immigrants' data

House Republicans plan to subpoena criminal records of immigrants in the country unlawfully and claim agencies are hiding crimes.

TSA mum on missing deadline for 100 percent cargo screening

One year after planes nearly shipped printer-bombs stateside, feds don't comply with law to inspect all parcels aboard international passenger flights.

Potential Pay Cuts

Budget office chief warns deficit panel that lowering salaries could hamper federal programs.

White House responds to marijuana and God petitions

Some disappointed by administration's blanket response to online petitions.

Freddie Mac CEO to resign

Charles Haldeman Jr., who has helmed Freddie for just over two years, says he will depart 'some time in the coming year.'

Defense cyber chief: The cloud is the military's next Internet

Computers and programs must be linked to a central, remote environment that aligns security departmentwide, Gen. Keith Alexander says.

Transportation completes iPad test, eyes departmentwide use

Early results suggest the devices could work for employees who do not require full computing capability.

Feds on Facebook

More federal employees are using Facebook, Twitter and other social media at work and behalf of their agencies.

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