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Homeland Security remains at forefront of the transition

TSA Deputy Administrator Gale Rossides dicusses the department's preparations for the next administration.

Preparing for the Transition: What Appointees Want

Five ways career employees can please their new bosses, from the perspective of a 31-year public servant.

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Obama sweeps to victory; gets chance to deliver on reform promises

Incoming 44th president has said he will “make government cool again” through greater public participation and openness.

Most civil service lawmakers win reelection

Republican on House oversight panel and advocate for federal employee benefits is defeated.

Analysts debate consequences of a $1 trillion deficit

Declining revenue and the soaring costs of shoring up the economy could push overspending into new territory.

Air Force opens office to manage nuclear mission

New directorate marks the latest organizational change as service seeks to rebuild nuclear expertise.

President-elect must move quickly on transition

Academic says next commander in chief should learn from successes and missteps of his predecessors.

Agencies end fiscal 2008 with higher management marks

Scores improve in making services more efficient and measuring program performance.

Senate oversight committee could get a post-election face-lift

Lieberman has a tenuous hold on the chairmanship, and six of the committee’s eight Republican members are retiring or up for reelection.

Tom Davis' seat is open.

Congressmen vie for leadership on House panel

Acquisition community is watching the selection of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s next top Republican closely.