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Card resigns as top White House aide; OMB chief to take over

Andrew Card leaves post as chief of staff after more than five years; Joshua Bolten named to succeed him.

Investigators expose lax security for radioactive material

Homeland Security bureau has had trouble getting port operators to install monitors; about 40 percent of seaports have them.

Group proposes agency to review public works funding

Establishment of an impartial, federally funded body to evaluate projects would limit the role of politics in the investment process, commission says.

Navy intranet contractor receives three-year extension

The extension, worth $3.1 billion, strengthens incentives for meeting project deadlines.

Bush team may drop labor part of civil service overhaul

Move to focus proposed legislation on pay for performance could avoid lawsuits similar to ones hindering efforts at Defense, DHS.

Panel approves major immigration reform bill

If approved by the full Senate, measure must be resolved with a House-passed bill that is devoted mainly to beefed-up border security.

Bolten said to have stayed the course as OMB director

Most of the major management initiatives in place at OMB started with his predecessor.

Travel group seeks details on airline screening

Group looks for more information on unspoken TSA policy allowing people into secure areas of airports without government-issued IDs.

Senators seek more funds for federal aviation programs

Lawmaker questions whether FAA will be able to hire enough air traffic controllers to replace those who are expected to retire soon.

White House, Congress urged to step up efforts to prevent nuclear attack

Bush should speed up timetable for securing materials that could be used for nuclear weapons, Congress must provide resources, observers say.