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A Service-Oriented Bureau

The FBI tries to find a middle ground.

CSRS retirees to get 3.3 percent pension bump

Retirees in the newer FERS system will receive a 2.3 percent adjustment next year.

Staffing plans for IT upgrade at FBI called inadequate

Program management office is almost fully staffed, but relies heavily on contractors and lacks plans to fill future gaps, GAO says.

Quick-scan passport cards proposed for some hemisphere travel

RFID cards would be readable from a distance, speeding up traffic at congested ports and borders, officials say.

Cunningham probe could lead to officials in Defense, intelligence

House inquiry finds actions by federal employees enabled illegal contract awards.

President honors elite federal executives

Highest award comes with cash bonus of more than $35,000.

Defense official pledges continued investments in special ops

Goal is to develop a "global sensor network" of troops capable of collecting human intelligence.

Navy's quest for high-altitude drone attracts major firms

Drone is intended to fly at an altitude of more than 40,000 feet and provide constant maritime surveillance to forces.

Treasury secretary staying on campaign sidelines

With the exception of the secretaries of State and Defense, Henry Paulson is the Cabinet's most high-profile member.

Key lawmakers urge more data sharing at borders

Ranking member of homeland security panel asks GAO to review how information sharing is working.