Location, location, location. The Obama transition has settled on virtually all the staff members who will occupy the most coveted offices in Washington, the ones in the West Wing of the White House. Some, like press secretary Robert Gibbs' office, are spacious. Others are cubbyholes. But they are all in the same building as the president's Oval Office. Here are the offices senior Whte House aids are moving into today: Download this graphic in PDF format.
The Washington Post
A Who's Who Of Who's Where Article | Proximity to power is power, they say. And some of President-elect Barack Obama's aides were jockeying furiously last week for those critical spots somewhere, anywhere, in the West Wing of the White House.