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House cuts critical DOD technology programs
Budget maneuvers take money from battlefield systems
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Marines extend satellite communications
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Voinovich offers workforce improvement bill
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Report confirms middle-market doldrums
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Aleut Technologies gains foothold in DOD mentoring program
Mike Gaffney takes centerfield for CSC
Move to extend wiretap law to VOIP criticized
Skeptics: Old law doesn’t fit new technology
Bill adds purchase card controls
House panel wants free public access to medical research
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