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GSA creates office to help agencies meet ID card deadline

Office will provide end-to-end identity management services to participating agencies.

Senate joins debate over snowmobile use at Yellowstone

The rules governing snowmobile use at Yellowstone have prompted frequent legal challenges.

California governor seeks more orders for C-17 cargo planes

C-17 program employs nearly 30,000 people in 42 states and has broad support in Congress.

Library of Congress undergoing workforce transformation

Nearly 200 employees take advantage of a voluntary incentive to retire early, as library prepares to digitally preserve its collection.

Firms launch security card coalition

Group will focus on promoting contact-less smart cards instead of those that are embedded with radio-frequency identification chips.

Signs of Turbulence

The losses of incumbents, including Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., in primaries signal volatility ahead in the midterm elections.

IRS to beef up monitoring of employee e-mails

Nearly three quarters of mailboxes reviewed contained inappropriate messages.

Legislator pushes public-private partnership for bomb detection tech

Machines sampling vapors for traces of explosives could find liquid devices, private sector experts say.