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Obama's Midterm Exam

First-term midterm elections are distinctly different from “six-year-itch” midterms.

Leaders clear way for bipartisan probe of financial crisis

Commission would have up to 10 members and have subpoena power.

Joint Chiefs chairman says Defense budget strikes right balance

The first priority is to take care of service members and their families, says Adm. Michael Mullen.

Fed chairman expects to see signs of recovery by year's end

But job losses are likely to continue well into 2010, Bernanke tells lawmakers.

OMB confirms Thursday budget rollout

White House will release the details of funding requests for agencies.

Freshman lawmaker champions telework, pay parity for feds

Virginia Democrat Gerry Connolly has hit the ground running on federal management issues.

From Nextgov.com: Stimulus hot line is on the horizon

Effort will be tricky because tips are likely to vary widely.

Lawmakers question GSA’s capacity to handle stimulus projects

Public Buildings Service is receiving $5.5 billion for construction and environmentally friendly upgrades.

Army's largest contractor in Iraq under renewed attack

DCAA director says contractor cost taxpayers millions of dollars.

Lawmakers compete to protect power grid from hackers

Several agencies and congressional committees can claim oversight of cybersecurity.