Defense appropriations subcommittee chairman says bonuses are one area that could produce savings as forces are drawn down in Iraq.
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New administration could meet many renewable energy goals by funding existing department initiatives, observers say.
Report concludes that an attack using a biological pathogen is more likely than one using a nuclear weapon.
Former tech czar Lorentz offers his insights .
Rep. Edolphus Towns named chairman of government reform committee; Rep. Darrell Issa selected ranking member.
Transparency advocates are upset by Bush administration orders that give agencies more reasons to withhold documents from the public.
Coalition of good-government groups meets with transition team leaders.
Agreement creates organization specifically aimed at preparing students for government careers.
Neel Kashkari tells lawmakers the department will set up a monitoring program with banking regulators to better track how rescue money is being spent.
Request for fiscal 2010 is expected to exceed $580 billion, and officials might seek an extra $80 billion in emergency funds by January to cover military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.