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New guidelines from OMB will cause pain for conference organizers and government employees.
The White House chooses Danny Werfel, an OMB official who has served presidents of both parties.
As election draws near, efforts to unveil secret political money Washington are increasing.
New order requires information on political ads be posted online, closing major disclosure hole.
With clock ticking to get a deal, lawmakers and industry officials want White House impact estimate.
More than 14,000 buildings and structures may lie unused or underutilized.
Office of Management and Budget has sent a strong anti-waste memo to federal agencies.
OMB official Jeff Zients says he and his wife and their four children share their home with several animals.
The government awarded $466.7 billion in contracts in 2010.
Some point to "comparative effectiveness research" as a way to cut healthcare costs.