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House reworks security panels, top Republicans named

Intelligence, Information Sharing and Terrorism Risk Assessment Subcommittee was kept intact.

Government’s Web site gets new name

Old name found to be confusing; survey respondents said they preferred

Bush Iraq plan remains a hard sell on Capitol Hill

Presentation by Defense Secretary Robert Gates leaves Democrats on Senate Armed Services panel unimpressed.

Take Time, Give Life

Federal employees get 30 days of extra leave to serve as organ donors.

GSA’s chief acquisition officer to leave for private sector

Emily Murphy will work with a former OMB procurement policy chief to help develop law firm’s contracting practice.

Bush admits errors, but orders more troops to Iraq

President says previous efforts in Baghdad failed because there were too few soldiers operating under too many restrictions.

House government reform subcommittee assignments nearly complete

Rep. Danny Davis, D-Ill., says he expects to take over the subcommittee focusing on the federal workforce.

GAO: Patent office can reimburse teleworkers for home Internet

Decision provides a legal basis for the office to cover employees’ home access, up to $100 per month.

Advisers urge DHS chief to seek intel community’s support

Advisory panel also says department should seek the equivalent of a chief operating officer.