Recovery Act investment stirs concerns about health care rationing among opponents of congressional reform proposals.
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Only four of president's proposals to slash nonmilitary spending have been approved.
The Energy Department is slated to keep the project open on paper for a year while developing an alternative plan for storing nuclear waste.
Administration officials this past week have publicly tied the benefits of health IT to the president’s larger, more controversial health care reform effort.
The Center for Tobacco Products will be staffed by several hundred current agency employees and new hires.
Allegations revolve around “inappropriate personal relationship” between former CIO and another agency official.
President Obama does not want to buy more C-17 planes and says the military has an adequate supply.
Pentagon and nation's governors are at odds over control of federal military forces and role of National Guard during domestic crises.
Then-Sen. Obama sponsored legislation in 2008 to populate USASpending.gov with copies of government contracts.
About 3,000 recipients of Recovery Act money have enrolled at FederalReporting.gov so they will be prepared to submit spending information in October.