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The account is based on interviews with more than a dozen White House aides, lawmakers, Biden administration officials and congressional aides.
The new federal employees will be based throughout the country and join other staff already conducting cyber and physical security reviews.
By Christina A. Cassidy
President Trump's America First shadow threatens to overtake the GOP's Reaganite defense orthodoxy with more scrutiny on military budgets and allies.
The act places unnecessary burdens on both voters and election administrators, complicating an already intricate process, the author argues.
By Rick Blakemore
Effort includes clarifications that federal employees can’t lose certain civil service protections unless they give them up voluntarily.
By Seung Min Kim