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President-elect takes deliberate, organized approach to transition

Obama focuses on groundwork, rather than major appointments.

From Nextgov.com: Final E-Verify rule kinder to small businesses

Regulation that takes effect on Jan. 15 has a higher threshold for contracts subject to the employee vetting requirement .

New international development agency could emerge under Obama

More than 20 agencies governmentwide administer foreign assistance programs.

Former civil servant might head Obama USDA transition team

Carole Jett retired earlier this year after a 33-year career at Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Pentagon to provide 'nonprescriptive' transition guide

General overview includes a timeline for the first 90 days of the new administration, as well as other information on the state of play of military issues.

Defense acquisition caters to bigger companies

Many of the goods and services bought annually by Defense are better suited for large contractors, research group finds.

Officials work to keep green government initiatives from getting lost in transition

Agencies have made significant progress in cutting oil consumption, increasing efficiency.

Top jobs at agencies remain unfilled as transition looms

The latest Plum Book includes five vacancies among the positions listed at the Office of Personnel Management.

Obama likely to be inundated with job seekers

One analyst estimates the transition team could receive 200,000 applications for 8,000 positions.

Air Force to begin shaping new nuclear command

Establishment of the command is one of many steps the Air Force is taking to fix widespread problems with its handling of nuclear weapons.