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A security guard checks underneath a vehicle entering a federal complex in Chicago.

Protective service under fire for oversight of contract guards

Hundreds of contract guards went unpaid for as many as six weeks.

Budget chief says Bush won’t back down on excessive spending

The president would like to avoid a government shutdown, but will follow through on threats to veto spending bills that surpass his overall discretionary limit.

Spending bills’ fate uncertain with new budget chief, veto threats

Successor to outgoing OMB Director Rob Portman may be less willing to compromise, Democrats fear.

FBI deploys first phase of technology upgrade

Agents start to use long-awaited system for managing case files and other information.

Coast Guard names executive to new acquisition job

Position added as part of effort to strengthen the service’s contracting efforts in face of Deepwater controversy.

DHS technology chief faces tough questioning at House hearing

Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., says security breaches make him question Scott Charbo's "ability to lead the department's IT efforts."

Bill aims to enhance independence of inspectors general

Idea of setting renewable seven-year term limits for IGs draws mixed response.

Patience Wears Thin

Voters aren’t happy with Democrats’ progress on top agenda items such as immigration reform.

Nussle, shown here during a February 2005 hearing, is the former chairman of the House Budget Committee.

Bush names new management, budget chief

Former Rep. Jim Nussle, R-Iowa, to replace Rob Portman, who's leaving for personal reasons.

Computer security law may come under Hill scrutiny

Lapses at the Homeland Security Department may prompt broader questions about the 2002 Federal Information Security Management Act.