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Alan P. Balutis
Director and Distinguished Fellow
Cisco Business Solutions Group
A trio of initiatives have been announced to strengthen the efficiency and accuracy of the E-Verify system.
There are two schools of thought about the legal war on terror. David Davenport says the American people have every right to know who is setting policy for the legal war on terror and in which of these directions they are headed.
"The HUD OIG helped craft into legislation last year a penalty of up to 30 years in prison and $1 million in fines for committing FHA fraud," said Inspector General of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Kenneth M. Donohue. "The OIG, working with U.S. Attorneys across the country, will endeavor to use these new penalties to prevent and confront fraudulent activities. We will use any means at our disposal, whether criminal, civil or administrative, to stop those who are impacting the soundness of HUD's FHA program at such a critical time."
It just got easier to track how well agencies are complying with FOIA requests
'Denial is more than just a river in Egypt.'
Many Federal agencies have entered into partnerships within and across Federal departments in the belief that coordinated Federal action results in better service to America. A new toolbox from the Department of Justice aims to make both easier.
OMB wants federal employees to submit ideas for how to reduce spending and make agency services more efficient. The winner will present their idea to the President and it will be included in the 2011 budget.