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Agencies could see a budget cut of 12.1 percent starting Jan. 2, 2013, if Congress does not come up with an alternative to sequestration. The estimated reduction comes from a new report by the Congressional Research Service.
While Congress debates several new cybersecurity bills, a Congressional Research Service reports shows the government is already involved in regulating cybersecurity.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman wants to make Congressional Research Service reports easier to get a hold of.
Overlap of and defining duties at top of list
The research service finds that - without a statutory definition of the federal chief technology officer's exact responsibilities - the position could have a tougher time affecting "change in individual federal agencies or systemically throughout the federal government."
A good government group grades the Obama Administration on open government.
Congressional Research Service's Daniel Mulhollan is stepping down after 14 years. Does this open the door for some new policies?