Probably Doesn't Matter Anymore
Michelle Malkin has a post up
about the initial denial of the Change.Gov domain name to the Obama Campaign, and the subsequent reversal.
The day after the election, on Nov. 5, GSA Chief Information Officer Casey Coleman overruled Alterman after apparently receiving a waiver from Chris Lu, Executive Director of Obama’s Transition Project. As reader Lance discovered through his FOIA request, Ms. Coleman did not elaborate on the granting of this waiver except to say that she had “determined that it is in the best interest of the Federal Government to register the subject domain name.”
It's fair to point out that since "change" was a mantra of the Obama campaign that it would have been inappropriate to grant the domain name to the campaign prior to the election. On the other hand, Obama will presumably not
be running on that slogan in 2012.