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Selection of FBI HQ begins

The General Services Administration has begun to take public feedback on its three choices for the new FBI headquarters.

DOJ will not pursue criminal investigation in FBI shooting

The Justice Department will not conduct a criminal investigation of an incident in which an FBI agent shot and killed a New Orleans man during the course of a drug sting.

FBI rushes to fill positions

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking to hire more than 500 new special agents and analysts this fiscal year.

Former DOJ official is expected FBI nominee

President Obama plans to nominate former Justice Department official James Comey to head the FBI pending the departure of current director Robert Mueller.

Members tout Virginia for new FBI HQ site

Several lawmakers this month made a case before a House subcommittee for locating a new FBI headquarters in Northern Virginia.

House member promotes Virginia as new FBI HQ site

A lawmaker who represents a congressional district in Northern Virginia made a case before a House subcommittee last week for locating a new FBI headquarters in his district.

GSA wants to relocate FBI headquarters

The General Services Administration last week issued a request for information (RFI) soliciting feedback from the real estate industry and other interested parties on exchanging the current FBI headquarters for a new, consolidated headquarters.

GSA seeks info for FBI headquarters move

The General Services Administration this week issued a request for information (RFI) seeking feedback from the real estate industry and other interested parties on exchanging the current FBI headquarters for a new, consolidated facility.

Flight 93 crash site was central to 9/11 investigation

An FBI investigator called the area where Flight 93 crashed into the ground near Shanksville, Pa., on Sept. 11, 2001, the “most important site” of the 9/11 investigation.

Feds play their part in London Olympics

Federal intelligence, law enforcement and diplomatic agencies have beefed up their staff at facilities in the United Kingdom to provide increased security and otherwise serve the large number of Americans visiting for the 2012 London Olympic Games.

FBI's growing headquarters needs work, GAO says

With the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s headquarters straining at the seams, the General Services Administration may need to revisit plans to limit investments in the facility.

Insight by Mike Causey: Life in the owner’s box

If you’ve been in the workplace longer than a few weeks, you know there are two sets of rules ...

In Brief: FBI Agents Cheated on Exam, IG Says

FBI Director Robert Mueller said last week that the bureau may discipline at least 22 FBI agents who were found to have cheated on a computerized “Virtual Academy” exam in an investigation by the FBI’s Office of Inspector General.

FBI Agents Cheated on Computerized Exam, IG Says

Federal Computer Week—By Alice Lipowicz. FBI Director Robert Mueller said today the bureau may discipline at least 22 FBI agents who were found to have cheated on a computerized “Virtual Academy” exam in an investigation by the FBI’s Office of Inspector General.

Bill Would Improve FBI Background Checks

After nearly a decade of delays and dust-ups over enhanced background checks brought on by the 9-11 attacks and their aftermath, a new bill offers real improvements to the snarled system.

In Brief: DoD to Adopt FBI Reporting System

Defense Secretary Robert Gates ordered DoD to use the FBI’s eGuardian suspicious activity reporting system to record and track law-enforcement information on potential threats against the military or military installations.

Measure Would Help Relocate Families of Slain Federal Law Enforcement Officers

Congress on May 25 approved a measure to provide financial assistance in relocating the families of federal law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.