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Polls Show FBI Tarnished by Attacks

Two in three Republicans say the FBI is biased against Donald Trump, while most Democrats said FBI is “just trying to do their job."

Short Shutdown, But Long Consequences

The budget package will keep federal agencies open until March 23. The spending hikes will not take effect until House and Senate Appropriations committees write a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill.

GSA Chief Mulls Publicizing Narrowly Available Task Order Data

Currently, only companies that have won spots on the deals can see task order solicitations and awards, which provide business intelligence and competitive data on the federal market.

PERSPECTIVE: FBI Has a Long History of Upholding the Rule of Law

Every time an agent swears out a warrant or testifies in court, they raise their right hands and take an oath to tell the truth and nothing but the truth; those oaths are not just words.

DHS, DoJ Working to Improve Interactions with Individuals with Mental Illness

While DHS and DoJ have different missions and varying interactions with the public, their training efforts almost all focused on de-escalation and communication.

New York Man Sentenced to 18 Years for Plotting ISIS Attacks

Munther Omar Saleh, 22, of Queens planned to set off a pressure-cooker-style bomb, same as used in Boston bombing, on George Washington Bridge.

Trump Creates Multi-Agency National Vetting Center for Entry Into U.S.

Coordinating intelligence and law enforcement information will improve identification of "terrorists, criminals, and other nefarious actors trying to enter and remain," says White House.

Crisis-Driven Policies and Technology Choices May Erode Cyber-Resilience

Report recommends governments make cyber policy using an ongoing iterative process in place of one that is "ad hoc and crisis-driven" and produces "patchwork legislation.”
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