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Hawk or Dove

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales balances tough action with an amiable management style.

GAO knocks IRS for gaps in computer security

Federal employee union cites report as evidence that the agency should not outsource collection of tax debt.

Lawmakers criticize Navy plans to shrink submarine fleet

House members question the security and workforce implications of a plan to reduce the fleet to as few as 40 boats.

Probe raises doubts over focus of DHS agency's investigations

ICE puts only 15 percent of resources toward cases with security or terrorism connections, GAO says in report disputed by the agency.

Fire closes IRS headquarters

More than 3,000 employees work at the building in downtown Washington.

House panel to seek changes in Pentagon procurement

Previous attempts at reform, lawmakers say, have not stemmed rising costs and schedule delays.

Committee seeks changes in color-coded alert system

Bill approved by House panel Wednesday also would overhaul DHS intelligence operations.

Defense agency's effort to secure Soviet pathogens grows

Goal is to create disease surveillance network in former Soviet republics.

First entrants to NSPS eligible for one-time pay bump

Buy-in will be the last within-grade increase seen by employees moving to the Pentagon's new personnel system in April.