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Lawmakers Rip Homeland Security Management

Lawmakers railed against security gaps at the Homeland Security Department on Thursday, demanding to know why a man now charged with sex offenses had access to classified information and a convicted felon’s limousine company was paid millions of dollars to chauffeur top officials. Two Homeland Security officials and the associate director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management who sat through two hours of grilling largely portrayed the department as victim to a few bad employees and constraining contracting rules. Full Story

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