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Senator seeks to take chemical security bill fight to the floor

Measure authorizing DHS to regulate chemical facilities has been bogged down over objections from more than a dozen senators.

Legislator urges extra oversight of TSA contract management

Report describing possible overpayment for explosives detection illustrates the need for more review, House member says.

Navy names new intranet chief

Rear Adm. Timothy Flynn will come to Washington this fall from the San Diego-based Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.

Lawmakers question Boeing’s ethical commitments

In light of a recent settlement agreement, senators probe, and largely accept, company’s intentions.

Finding fraud at borders still difficult, DHS official says

Potential solutions include standardizing travel documents and requiring them to be machine readable and have biometric identifiers.

Defense bill attracts potential border security additions

Proposed amendments seek billions to deter illegal immigrants from entering the country.

The Clinger-Cohen Act, 10 Years Later: The Age of Results

In the final part of our four-part series on the landmark law overhauling information technology procurement, we look at the challenge CIOs face going forward in meeting the act's mandates.

Murky Horizons

Shifts in momentum make it hard to tell which party has an advantage in the midterm elections.

Advocates seek broader protections for chemical plant whistleblowers

Language in chemical security bill does not offer enough outlets for reporting wrongdoing, watchdog groups say.

Lawmakers push insurance backstop for natural disasters

Program would be administered by the federal government and would need to hedge any risk exposure to protect taxpayers.