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In Depth with Francis Rose features daily interviews with top government executives and contractors. Listen live from 4 to 7 p.m. or download his archived interviews below.
On the show today - April 5
Friday - 4/6/2012, 1:25am EDT
Rebecca Warlow — Supervisor for Digitization and Description at the National Archives and Records Administration
The Census Bureau's release of data from the 1940 Census is drawing a lot of traffic to its website. It's the first time census information has been posted online for researchers to use all over the world. Rebecca Warlow, the supervisor for digitization and description at the National Archives and Records Administration, told Francis the digitization process was especially complicated because of the types of materials developers had to work with.
Click here for more information about the 1940 census release.
Richard Hillman — Managing Director, GAO's Forensic Audits and Investigative Service
The supply chain at the Pentagon is vulnerable to counterfeit and bogus parts. And it's not necessarily hard to find them. Richard Hillman, the managing director of the Government Accounatibility Office's Audits and Investigative Services, discussed a recent GAO report that found none of the 16 parts the agency sought from online vendors proved legitimate.
Click here to view the GAO report.
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