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Slowdown in Defense spending could rein in procurements

Last month, department reported that 25 major programs had surpassed original cost estimates by 50 percent.

Bush intervention helps defuse tensions over FBI raid

House leaders ask counsel to negotiate with Justice Department over protocols for gathering evidence in members’ offices.

Investigators denied clearances for probe of eavesdropping program

Attorney General has argued that sharing too many details about NSA surveillance program could diminish its usefulness.

DHS personnel system funding takes another hit

Language passed by House would shift $15 million away from the office implementing the pay-for-performance system.

Senate confirms Hayden as CIA director

Ex-NSA chief approved by wide margin.

House panel boosts FAA, HUD spending

But Amtrak sees cuts, and is order to reduce operating costs by cutting back on food and beverage services and first-class accommodations.

Some agencies could get break on smart identity card deadline

Agencies that agree to procure cards through cooperative agreements could receive an extension of up to two years.

VA data theft could provide push for info protection bill

Senate Democrat says measure could help veterans better protect their stolen personal information.

Senate confirms FEMA, GSA chiefs

R. David Paulison in as FEMA chief less than a week before the hurricane season begins, and Lurita Doan takes over at GSA.