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Former Clinton official says 'normalcy' is within reach for Justice

Jamie Gorelick expresses optimism that the department can return to its roots, despite "vexing" challenges.

Amid tensions, Obama offers NASA spot in parade

The president-elect and agency officials differ on funding for a new generation of space shuttles.


Group balks at Obama proposal to thin federal management ranks

Job cuts would lead to government inefficiency, says coalition representing more than 200,000 managers.

Obama to nominate Solis to head Labor Department

California lawmaker has a strong background on union issues.

Homeland Security chief lists FEMA overhaul among achievements

Michael Chertoff says the agency has been "substantially and successfully retooled" since hurricanes Katrina and Rita.


Issa moving to create house Republican investigative unit

Ranking member of government reform panel says he wants greater oversight of federal agencies.

Military forms special units trained to respond to possible WMD attacks

Creation of such a defense capability was recommended by the 9-11 Commission.

Senate’s new small business leader says SBA deserves Cabinet status

Incoming chairwoman asks Obama to re-empower the agency so it can serve as a stronger advocate for small firms.

From Nextgov.com: SSA becomes first to log on to national health network

Decision to use nationwide network to support processing disability claims is viewed as a boon to government push for more use of e-health records.

Center of Power

Senate Democrats won’t be able to overcome filibusters without the help of their middle-of-the-road colleagues.