News Highlights – April 17, 2012

Committees Make Leap to Online Video, but Approps Doesn’t Get the Picture
Naval history at risk, say auditors
The Rise of the Killer Drones: How America Goes to War in Secret
“Traitor,” A Whistleblower’s Tale
Convicted defendants left uninformed of forensic flaws found by Justice Dept.
Tech companies push for more transparent federal data, common identifiers
Regulations.gov relaunch coming soon
Survey on Open Corporate Data Ranks Former Soviet Countries as More Transparent than the U.S.

Committees Make Leap to Online Video, but Approps Doesn’t Get the Picture
[Sunlight Foundation, April 17, 2012]

Naval history at risk, say auditors
[Fierce Government, April 17, 2012]

The Rise of the Killer Drones: How America Goes to War in Secret
[Rolling Stone, April 16, 2012]

“Traitor,” A Whistleblower’s Tale
[Secrecy News, April 16, 2012]

Convicted defendants left uninformed of forensic flaws found by Justice Dept.
[Washington Post, April 16, 2012]

Tech companies push for more transparent federal data, common identifiers
[Federal Computer Week, April 16, 2012]

Regulations.gov relaunch coming soon
[NextGov, April 16, 2012]

Survey on Open Corporate Data Ranks Former Soviet Countries as More Transparent than the U.S.
[Sunlight Foundation, April 16, 2012]

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