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Lieberman meets Reid, does not relinquish chairmanship

Democratic Caucus will discuss the Connecticut senator’s fate during the lame duck session.

Scramble likely for seats on House Armed Services Committee

As many as seven slots have opened up on the high-profile panel.


Court decision voids major small business contracting law

Appeals judges deem law setting goals for contracts with small disadvantaged businesses unconstitutional.

Agencies gear up for new administration

Career employees across government prep office space, compile briefing books for political appointees.

From Nextgov.com: GAO issues list of IT challenges for Obama administration

New Web site highlights problems haunting the 2010 census and troubled IT management at VA .

Democrats solidify hold on Congress

Increases probably will not be large enough for the Democratic majority to steamroll over some of the difficult legislative challenges it will face in the 111th Congress.

GAO: Interior should encourage faster oil and gas drilling on federal land

Energy companies developed only a fraction of leases issued during a 10-year period, audit agency finds.

Senate majority leader, Lieberman to meet

Discussion will focus on the future of Connecticut senator's chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Analysis: Congratulations, President-Elect Obama. Now Reach Out to Senior Executives.

Advice for the incoming administration on working with the career federal officials who will help lead the effort to implement his initiatives.

Waxman to vie for energy panel leadership

California Democrat is currently chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.