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Stimulus czar is well-prepared for new role

G. Edward DeSeve has worked with federal, state and local governments, all of which will play a role in recovery efforts.

Bad Omen

It’s an ominous sign for Democrats if Republicans have pulled even among independent voters.

Panel will consider budget resolution this week

The Senate fiscal 2010 budget resolution does not include measure to evade a filibuster on health and climate change legislation.

DHS unveils beefed up antidrug efforts at border

Administration is directing more funding, personnel, and other resources to the nation's southwestern border to help Mexico in fight against cartels.

Obama names three Treasury nominees

The appointments, if confirmed, will fill three of the four most senior positions in the agency.

Energy IG raises concern about stimulus spending oversight

Staffing shortages and a history of poor contract management at department portend problems in administering Recovery Act funds.

Witnesses call for new financial risk regulator

Treasury chief says entity would fill "a significant void" in the current system.

EEOC employee morale declines as workload grows

Agency officials say they will use a $15 million funding increase in the omnibus appropriations act to hire more employees.


Legislation would require more training for federal managers

Bill also would establish new performance management criteria for supervisors.

From Nextgov.com: Officials criticize Defense's 'unreliable' health record system

The services' surgeon generals tell the Hill that the medical network frequently crashes and is causing a 'near mutiny' among doctors.