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One year of The Federal Eye!

By Ed O'Keefe

Most importantly, November 11 is Veterans Day, but it's also the one-year anniversary of The Federal Eye's launch, which came as Washington shifted focus from the 2008 presidential campaign to the Bush-Obama presidential transition.

Much has happened in the last year, including security breaches, turf wars, Michelle Obama's visits to federal agencies, workplace shenanigans, and the trials and tribulations at the Post Office, amid many, many other developments. We've profiled government printers, federal law enforcement officers, government meteorologists and panda keepers.

Ask any reporter who's covered the federal government, and they'll tell you that the nuance, history and differing agendas make the beat a difficult one. But The Eye has enjoyed explaining it all to his loyal readers and is most proud to know that The Federal Eye has built a stable, growing audience that puts it among the most popular washingtonpost.com blogs.

Thank you for continuing to read and react and for making The Federal Eye part of your busy day. Here's to much, much more!

By Ed O'Keefe  | November 11, 2009; 10:00 AM ET
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Comments

Congratulations! I learned a lot by reading this blog, it's one of my saved links in my internet browser. Keep up reporting about recently confirmed administration personnel, it's fascinating to see an administration come together and what people it is made of.

Posted by: christoph_berlin | November 11, 2009 4:45 PM | Report abuse

Thanks so much for this blog. I read it every morning!!

Posted by: jmo35 | November 12, 2009 8:38 AM | Report abuse

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