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White House Afghan review unlikely to alter slow drawdown

This time, Petraeus and the White House will keep deliberations process quiet and brief.

For incoming Defense chief, no easy answers on budget cuts

Cost of maintaining the U.S. presence in Afghanistan will remain high even after troop withdrawals begin.

National Archives posts declassified Pentagon Papers online

Release is timed with 40th anniversary of original leaks.


Biden, GOP announce spending watchdog plans

Two initiatives call for the creation of an oversight board and a website modeled on Recovery.gov.


All agencies looped into Campaign to Cut Government Waste

White House efficiency and transparency initiative will be headed by Earl Devaney, who chaired the board that tracked stimulus money.

IG report criticizes NRC chairman over Yucca Mountain decision process

Watchdog says head of regulatory commission was "not forthcoming" with colleagues about his intent to stop work on the waste repository application.

OPM: Pay raises are not a given

Director John Berry reminds agencies that mediocre employees should not receive automatic step increases.

Senate panelists debate independence of proposed board to sell property

Obama plan for civilian-style BRAC divides stakeholders on oversight and priority of helping the homeless.

Defense nominee backs prompt global strike effort

Panetta wants capability to deliver conventional warheads to any point in the world.

Agency awards grant for developing nuclear security expertise

The $25 million award will primarily aid graduate students and researchers working on nuclear nonproliferation and security.