News Highlights – March 15, 2012

Congress balances openness with cyber protection
Unknown Tech Company Defies FBI In Mystery Surveillance Case
White House making whistleblower advocates nervous
State Department moves to fire diplomat who criticized Iraq reconstruction
Agencies struggle with transparency compliance
Darrell Issa slams Obama administration on FOIA tracking
Amid transparency push, House seeks balance of security concerns, traditions

Congress balances openness with cyber protection
[Federal News Radio, March 15, 2012]

Unknown Tech Company Defies FBI In Mystery Surveillance Case
[Wired: Threat Level, March 14, 2012]

White House making whistleblower advocates nervous
[Washington Post: Federal Diary, March 14, 2012]

State Department moves to fire diplomat who criticized Iraq reconstruction
[Washington Post, March 14, 2012]

Agencies struggle with transparency compliance
[Federal Computer Week, March 14, 2012]

Darrell Issa slams Obama administration on FOIA tracking
[Politico, March 15, 2012]

Amid transparency push, House seeks balance of security concerns, traditions
[The Hill, March 14, 2012]

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