The White House identified a total of $17 billion in spending cuts, including cuts in mandatory programs that mostly involve entitlements.
“We can no longer afford to spend as if deficits do not matter and waste is not our problem,” Mr. Obama said."
Obama budget cuts target military funding - Washington Times
Affordable Care Act Strengthens Medicare By Fighting
Waste and Eliminating Overpayments to Private
Insurance Companies, Saving $500 Billion Over the
"The ban he signed Wednesday is part of a broader executive order to cut some $4 billion of dollars in waste and make government more efficient. Some office equipment will simply be scarcer, and fewer cell phones and laptops will be issued."
Obama Executive Order Will Cut Government Spending, Waste
By ending the war in Iraq, Obama will reduce spending by about $108 billion a year.
"Estimated Costs of an Iraq War
War in Iraq could cost up to $9 billion monthly, says CBO
And how much spending did we see during the last two terms of the GOP administration? How much spending was cut?Wonderful.
How much spending did we see cut by the 2010 Congress? $60 million by cutting funding to NPR?
"At the outset of the first Gulf War, then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney imposed a ban on photographs and broadcast coverage of the arrival of war casualties at Dover Air Force Base [Delaware]. The media blackout lasted 18 years, until, in February 2009, President Obama ended it."Never was a "media blackout".
Obama's accomplishments: Lifting the media blackout at Dover | Occasional Planet
Like this:You mean like this ???
"There have been many organizations and individuals to applaud the Open Government Directive, as they too have dedicated themselves to increasing government transparency. Some of them are as follows:
OpenTheGovernment.org, a coalition of organization and individuals dedicated to monitoring government transparency, conducted an audit of the Open Government Directive. NASA, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the Department of Labor (DOL) were the agencies that scored the highest. Surprisingly, the five lowest scores went to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Energy (DOE), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which is the very institution that is overseeing the implementation of the Open Government Directive, the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Department of the Treasury . White House spokeswoman Kate Bedingfield noted that the evaluators of the audit gave almost half of the agencies scores of 80% or higher, while a "vast majority" had scores of over 70%. 
OMB Watch, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, was formed in 1983 to lift the veil of secrecy shrouding the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). It is currently conducting many observations and monitoring the transparency of government .
The Sunlight Foundation, created in 2006, funded through various contributions, and dedicated to using cutting-edge technology and ideas to make government transparent and accountable, hails in their mission statement: “We've created a non-partisan, non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that focuses on the digitization of government data and the creation of tools and Web sites to make that data easily accessible for all citizens. Underlying all of our efforts is a fundamental belief that increased transparency will improve the public's confidence in government” 
The Obama Administration has noted the fact that similar transparency and participation measures have subsequently been taken in other states across the country, as well as internationally. For example, in May 2009, Data.gov had just 47 data sets. Today, it has more than 168,000 ."
Obama's Open Government Directive - Participedia
"From the beginning, the Bush White House created controversy by tapping scores of industry lobbyists to staff official positions.This is the funniest one yet !!!!
Now approaching its final days, the administration might have produced even more lobbyists than it took in.
At least 150 senior Bush administration officials have traded their government service badges for K Street’s pinstripes. In its early years, the administration was estimated to have hired about 100 lobbyists.
“They have had more turnover than any administration in recent history, going back to the Kennedy administration,” when researchers began tracking that figure, said professor Paul C. Light, an expert on the executive branch at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service."
White House stocks K Street - Samuel Loewenberg - POLITICO.com
"USA Today reported that 21 members of the Obama administration have at some time been registered as federal lobbyists, although most have not within the previous two years."
Presidency of Barack Obama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That's a 79% reduction in lobbyist!!!