The new president will face a multitude of problems, but likely will have a hard time accomplishing more than three or four big things in his first term.
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The service has turned to mobile command vehicles built from the ground up to coordinate better with first responders in the wake of Hurricane Gustav.
In New Orleans in April, John McCain vowed that the "terrible and disgraceful" response to Katrina "will never, ever again happen."
McCain puts focus on federal hurricane response rather than celebration of his nomination.
Democratic nominee’s pledge to make federal programs “work better and cost less” echoes effort launched by President Clinton.
National Business Center unit will manage the Military One Source pact, expected to be awarded by the end of the year.
Throughout his career, the former Navy pilot has been difficult to pigeonhole on the crucial question of when to deploy U.S. forces.
GOP standard-bearer's plans for the federal government are sweeping, but achieving them will require attention to the nitty-gritty.
Candidate's team is silent while lawmakers speculate about a Democrat-led presidency.
Vehicle for procuring information technology services will be popular for frenzied fourth quarter spending, research firm says.