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The upcoming presidential campaign will be the first since 1928 that doesn’t feature a sitting president or vice president.
Homeland Security’s proposed technology budget for next year emphasizes border and transportation security programs.
Preliminary report to be released in June will brief congressional committees on equipment shortages, troop strength and other issues.
Bill would require $400 million to be reserved annually for port security grants, an approach that diverges from the one favored by DHS.
Interviews with members of the federal IT community indicate agencies are focusing on cyber security while privacy programs slip through the cracks.
Several senior management positions are open, notably ones critical to disaster response and terrorism prevention.
The 28-year-old appointee may join list of inexperienced, but well-connected, homeland security picks.
Union officials say Pentagon should abandon contested labor relations plan and collaborate on new measures.