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Centralization Reborn

As a result of recent data breaches, proponents of centralization have gained ground in the long-running battle for control of information technology at the Veterans Affairs Department.

Auditors to look into Federal Protective Service finances

Memorandum announcing the hiring of consultant to audit cash-strapped agency comes shortly after lawmakers rejected request to transfer funds.

OMB asks agencies to identify e-gov costs, savings

Cost estimates for existing IT initiatives are due by Sept. 30, and regular updates on savings eventually will be required.

Retirement-eligible acquisition workers to triple in 10 years

Acquisition institute report presents data, but leaves conclusions to agencies.

Lieberman submits signatures for independent run

Connecticut senator is the ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Debate over e-voting is still plaguing elections

Some states and jurisdictions still have not complied with federal e-voting deadlines for the November election, national panel finds.

FBI official: Sweeps of adult entertainment industry off to ‘good start’

Agency is looking to ensure adult content producers comply with federal record-keeping laws.