President-elect Barack Obama will travel to Bedford Heights, Ohio, to meet with workers and discuss an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan.
Below is a statement from Incoming White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on the meeting between President-elect Obama and President Calderón
The attached letter was sent today by Larry Summers detailing President-elect Obama’s commitment to reforming the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
President-elect Barack Obama will meet with Mexico’s President Felipe Calderón on Monday, January 12.
Today, President-elect Barack Obama announced that he intends to nominate the following individuals for key posts at the United States Department of Defense (DoD): William J. Lynn III, Deputy Secretary of Defense; Robert F. Hale, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller); Michčle Flournoy, Under Secretary of Defense (Policy); and Jeh Charles Johnson, General Counsel.
Vice President-elect Joe Biden today announced the following staff for the Office of the Vice President: Elisabeth Hire, Director of Scheduling; Pete Selfridge, Director of Advance; Anthony Bernal, Director of Scheduling for Dr. Jill Biden; and Sam Myers Sr., Trip Director for the Vice President.
Today, President-elect Barack Obama delivered remarks at George Mason University where he made the case for urgent action on an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan that will save or create over 3 million jobs while investing in priorities like health care, energy, and education that will jumpstart economic growth. This plan will represent not just new policy, but a new approach to meeting our most urgent challenges.
President-Elect Barack Obama will deliver a major speech on the economy at George Mason University tomorrow. He will make the case for urgent action on an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan that will save or create over 3 million jobs while investing in priorities like health care, energy, and education that will jumpstart economic growth.
The Transition Directory was developed to introduce members of the Transition and the incoming Administration to the Federal government resources available to them.