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Guerrilla warfare in Iraq threatens peace, reconstruction

A prewar planning scenario that predicted Saddam Hussein would use guerrilla warfare in Iraq to attack occupation forces and attempt to incite a public uprising against them seems to have materialized.

Waiting for the attack

The federal government is gearing up for what could be one of the biggest cyberattacks in years.

Immigration Services chief tackles benefits backlog

In an interview with Government Executive , the director of the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services says that the “day of reckoning” has arrived, and that he’s taken the first steps toward reducing a massive and long-standing backlog of immigration benefits applications.

VA halts job competitions at laundries

The Veterans Affairs Department has decided to suspend public-private job competitions at 59 laundry facilities nationwide, bringing all competitive sourcing within the Veterans Health Administration to a halt.

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