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Missing: Seller’s Remorse

The consequences of Republicans’ emphasis on tax cuts and social and cultural conservatism have been stark.

Obama introduces Orszag Tuesday in Chicago.

Obama’s choice of a budget chief garners praise

Veteran analyst Peter Orszag will know where to find and how to eliminate programs that don’t work, president-elect says.

Obama names economic team while Democrats plan stimulus

New York Federal Reserve President Timothy Geithner is the choice to lead Treasury Department in new administration.

Waxman may push committee's oversight role

New chairman of House Energy and Commerce Committee is expected to increase emphasis on government accountability and pursue a transparency agenda.

Resources to monitor small business contracts found lacking

Auditors advise SBA to reassess allocation of limited staff and to strengthen oversight of 8(a) program.

FAA begins to roll out air traffic control system

Agency moves NextGen satellite-based system from testing to deployment, beginning at 11 Florida locations.

From Nextgov.com: NASA bans some removable storage devices

Prohibition is not as sweeping as the one instituted by the Defense Department earlier this month.

Homeland Security criticized for lax oversight of programs worth billions

Senior managers failed to find time for review board meetings, allowing large projects to run behind schedule and over budget, auditors say.

Appointee names leak out as agencies gear up for reviews

Obama teams have a handle on the pressing issues, employee groups and executives say.


Towns could face competition for House oversight spot

In a push for key chairmanship, the New York Democrat says he can work across the aisle and set a more constructive tone.