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A law meant to boost federal cybersecurity might be pressuring agencies to shuffle paper instead.
Pentagon officials have proposed boost in one-time enrollment fees and recurring co-pays that would save about $735 million in fiscal 2007.
The Pentagon recently decided to make a U.S. company the sole engine developer for the jet, a move feared to drive up costs and cause delays.
Reviews conducted by chief information officers to certify information collected from the public are generally "pro forma" exercises, GAO official testifies.
Transformation agency officials say missed milestones were anticipated and will be addressed by the end of the fiscal year.
Claims from last year’s hurricanes could total $23 billion -- much more than total payments since program was created in 1968.
Office would coordinate with Defense, FBI, Energy Department and intelligence agencies on a global detection system.
Key senator also says government should establish identification standards for all communications officials.