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Obama administration faces hard choices in managing ground troops

Organization and equipment challenges bedevil Army, Marine Corps and special operations forces, new reports say.

Neil Barofsky is currently an assistant U.S. Attorney overseeing the mortgage-fraud group.

Bailout watchdog nominee touts experience

Senators aim to wrap up confirmation by the end of the week.

Patent office cites progress in breaking application logjam

Agency's year-end numbers indicate it exceeded some of its targets.

Good government groups give Obama transition high marks

Nonprofit leaders praise team members, and roll out their own agendas.

Senators move swiftly on nominee to oversee bailout

The new IG would be separate from the Treasury Department and would be required to make regular reports to Congress.

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va.

Davis to join consulting firm

Leading House Republican on procurement issues announced retirement earlier this year.

Federal CFOs could be key players in Obama administration

Finance executives from the private sector will have a lot to learn about federal operations.

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.