News Highlights – May 8, 2013

Fed's Personal Email Use Creates Potential Records Gap

New Head of CIA's Clandestine Service is Picked, as Acting Chief is Passed Over

Obama Stands Firm in "Sensitive" Jobs Fight

Fixes Early in the FOIA Process Offer Greatest Potential Impact

Hospital Prices No Longer a Secret as New Data Reveals Bewildering System, Staggering Cost Differences

Senate Confirms PCLOB Chair

Opinion: Americans Need to Know What Their Government Did

 

Fed's Personal Email Use Creates Potential Records Gap

[Federal Computer Week, May 7, 2013]

Obama Stands Firm in "Sensitive" Jobs Fight

[Politico, May 7, 2013]

New Head of CIA's Clandestine Service is Picked, as Acting Chief is Passed Over

[New York Times, May 7, 2013]

Fixes Early in the FOIA Process Offer Greatest Potential Impact

[Center for Effective Government, May 7, 2013]

Hospital Prices No Longer a Secret as New Data Reveals Bewildering System, Staggering Cost Differences

[Huffington Post, May 7, 2013]

Senate Confirms PCLOB Chair

[AALL, May 7, 2013]

Opinion: Americans Need to Know What Their Government Did

[Buffalo News, May 7, 2013]

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