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11/02/2005 | F.B.I.'s Recruiting of Spies Causes Rift With C.I.A.
David Johnston and Douglas Jehl | NY Times
An ambitious new effort by the F.B.I. to recruit foreigners in the United States and use them as spies overseas has created new frictions with the Central Intelligence Agency, which views the bureau's actions as a serious encroachment on the agency's traditional primacy in intelligence gathering, senior government officials said ...
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11/02/2005 | In the race for federal homeland security dollars, Port of New Orleans given the gate (kind of)
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
Of the $64 million needed to improve security, Washington has contributed only $8 million, port president Gary LaGrange observes ...
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10/02/2005 | Fiscal 2006 Budget: Intelligence Programs
Martin Kady | CQ
Every year, there is a multibillion-dollar mystery in the federal budget. ...
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10/02/2005 | Budget ’06: DOD Gets Proposed Homeland Funding Boost — but Still Finishes Behind
Caitlin Harrington | CQ
The Department of Defense would continue to receive more funding for homeland security than any other part of the federal government except the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under the president’s fiscal 2006 budget. ...
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10/02/2005 | House Homeland Security Committee charter members announced
PSN Service | Port Security News
WASHINGTON--The charter members of the new permanent House Committee on Homeland Security were announced Wednesday. The committee is the principal legislative and oversight committee for the Department of Homeland Security and has primary jurisdiction over government-wide counterrorism policy. ...
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10/02/2005 | Fiscal 2006 Budget: Intelligence Programs
Martin Kady | CQ
Every year, there is a multibillion-dollar mystery in the federal budget. ...
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10/02/2005 | Budget ’06: DOD Gets Proposed Homeland Funding Boost — but Still Finishes Behind
Caitlin Harrington | CQ
The Department of Defense would continue to receive more funding for homeland security than any other part of the federal government except the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under the president’s fiscal 2006 budget. ...
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10/02/2005 | House Homeland Security Committee charter members announced
PSN Service | Port Security News
WASHINGTON--The charter members of the new permanent House Committee on Homeland Security were announced Wednesday. The committee is the principal legislative and oversight committee for the Department of Homeland Security and has primary jurisdiction over government-wide counterrorism policy. ...
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09/02/2005 | New federal budget proposal has seaports “deeply concerned,” AAPA’s Nagle says
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
AAPA chief says proposal to lump port funding into new catch-all public transport category puts port authorities in an “even more difficult” position to vie for federal security dollars ...
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09/02/2005 | Cuatro paises del Hemisferio estarán incluidos en initiativa de seguridad marítima EEUU
Martin Edwin Andersen | Port Security News
Bahamas, Chile, Honduras y Venezuela formarán parte de proyecto piloto de $5.4 million ...
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