Administration has qualms about competitive sourcing and e-government provisions in an early version of the bill.
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Report finds that information technology security spending is set to rise 2 percent in fiscal 2005, a sharp drop from previous years.
Sticklers for the rules get no recognition for promoting government integrity.
Senate negotiators are still attempting to forge a consensus on the fiscal 2005 budget resolution.
Measure provides $896 million more than President Bush requested.
Bill includes funding for a 3.5 percent troop pay raise.
Report reveals terrorists had ambitious plans that were disrupted in part by U.S. immigration officials and laws.
Medal honors civil servants, seeks to inspire next generation of workers.