President Bill Clinton has agreed to reveal the names of every financial contributor to his Clinton Global Initiative organization since its inception in 1997, paving the way for his wife to be nominated as President-Elect Barack Obama's Secretary of State.
The President-Elect is expected to announce his foreign policy team on Monday where he will name his former rival to the top diplomatic position in his government.
In addition, Obama is making good on his campaign promises to have Republicans serve in his administration. Current Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates, will stay on for at least a year in his current position, becoming the first Defense Secretary to serve for both a Republican and Democratic president.
James Jones, also a Republican, who has been sent on several high profile trips by the Bush Administration and is the former Supreme Allied Commander to NATO, is expected to be named as National Security Advisor.