A big meeting of former foes Monday in Chicago.
President-elect Barack Obama and Senator John McCain will get together for the first time since their last debate.
Obama's office says both men share a desire to make government "more effective and efficient", and will discuss ways they can work together on that.
This is the latest in a series of meetings with former rivals. Democratic officials say Obama talked to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson about possibly serving as secretary of state.
It doesn't look like a job offer is in the mix at today's Obama-McCain meeting.