News Highlights – March 12, 2015

Whistleblowers and the Prosecution Loophole

State IG Report: Lapses in Email Record Keeping at Agency

A Claim of No Classified Emails in a Place That Classifies Routinely

Senator Seeks Answers on Use of Private Email by Special Government Employees

Interior, Agriculture Departments Unveil Initiative to Make More Data About Public Lands Available

How Whistleblowers Helped Government Curb DHS Overtime Abuse

Amid Fears of NSA Spying, Senate Panel to Vote on Cybersecurity Bill

 

Opinion: Whistleblowers and the Prosecution Loophole

[The Hill, Shanna Devine and Liz Hempowicz, March 12, 2015]

State IG Report: Lapses in Email Record Keeping at Agency

[Washington Post, Colby Itkowitz, March 11, 2015]

A Claim of No Classified Emails in a Place That Classifies Routinely

[New York Times, Scott Shane, March 11, 2015]

Senator Seeks Answers on Use of Private Email by Special Government Employees

[GovExec, Charles S. Clark, March 10, 2015]

Interior, Agriculture Departments Unveil Initiative to Make More data About Public Lands Available

[FierceGovernmentIT, Dibya Sarkar, March 11, 2015]

How Whistleblowers Helped Government Curb DHS Overtime Abuse

[Washington Post, Emily Wax-Thibodeaux, March 12, 2015]

Amid Fears of NSA Spying, Senate Panel to Vote on Cybersecurity Bill

[National Journal, Dustin Volz, March 11, 2015]

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