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Pay-for-performance is coming to an Army research center and the Senior Medicare Patrol is getting a boost.
DHS Secretary Napolitano says the aviation system failed; TSA has put new security restrictions into place; two military bases in Virginia are merging.
Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg has more.
Federal News Radio hears from the author of "Revolving Doors: A Man and His Dog's Search for the Perfect Housemate"
The State Department Inspector General releases a critical report on Afghanistan; Orbital Sciences Corp. and OverHorizon are teaming up; and HUD fights homelessness with $1.4 billion
Vets are still waiting for some GI Bill payments; President Obama warns Iran about nuclear action; and Mrs. Obama surprises kids at Children's Hospital.
The Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Monday afternoon. Employees in D.C. area must notify their supervisors of their intent to take unscheduled leave. Emergency employees are expected to report for work on time.
Details from Homeland Security Today.
A taskforce on government secrecy has recommended creating a new system for categorizing info; Cash for Caulkers moves forward; and the Chesapeake Bay gets a federal funding boost.
Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg examines the issue.