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Energy Department faces broad management challenges, IG reports

Contract administration, cybersecurity and environmental cleanup are among problems requiring long-term attention.

Bid protests reach 10-year high

Figures indicate agencies are reaching more voluntary accords with unhappy contractors, taking the cases off GAO’s plate.


Richardson withdraws as nominee for Commerce secretary

"Pay-to-play" investigation involving state contracts in New Mexico becomes an issue.

Obama has nominated Hillary Clinton and James L. Jones for key positions.

The Obama team: a guide

A comprehensive look at the group of people who will be leading federal agencies in the next administration.


War on pork-barrel spending moves to Obama era

Old battlers against congressional earmarks, including John McCain, vow to renew their efforts.

Downward Spiral

At first glance, the GOP appears to be at a disadvantage for the third straight election cycle in the 2010 Senate races.

Gail Lovelace of GSA is helping with logistical support.

High-stakes transition could serve as a model

From the December issue of Government Executive : Officials are taking unprecedented steps to ensure a smooth transfer of power.

Obama names science and technology team

President-elect says he will promote "free and open inquiry" and listen to his advisers, even when they are presenting "inconvenient" findings.

Obama's Senate background could speed confirmation process

The president-elect is versed in the rules of the chamber and has developed relationships there.

OPM suspends executive promotion boards

Move will give incoming Obama administration agency heads a say in who advances to the Senior Executive Service.