News Highlights – April 7, 2011

Librarian of Congress Claims Public has "Unfettered Access" to CRS Reports
New Chair of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Asks for More Transparency
Senators Re-Introduce Bill to Protect Whistleblowers and Save Taxpayer Dollars
Senators: E-surveillance Law Needs to Be Updated
Noveck Pushes System for Busineess Unique Identifiers to Increase Transparency
Mapping Open Gov Projects

 

 

 

In Search of "Unfettered Access" to CRS Reports
[Secrecy News, April 7, 2011]

US audit watchdog seeks spotlight on misconduct
[Reuters via FOREXYARD, April 8, 2011]

Senators Re-Introduce Bill to Protect Whistleblowers and Save Taxpayer Dollars
[POGO Blog, April 6, 2011]

Senators: E-surveillance Law Needs to Be Updated
[PC World, April 6, 2011]

Industry dealings could be more transparent in open-source tracking system
[Federal Computer Week, April 6, 2011]

How Many Open Gov Projects Are There (and How Do You Find Them Fast)? [INFOGRAPH]
[GovLoop, April 6, 2011]

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