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The federal government has developed a disturbing practice of cleverly hiding information.
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There is a lot of talk about clean energy, but what are the facts? Many people don't realize nuclear energy accounts for nearly three-quarters of all U.S. electricity production that doesn't emit greenhouse gases. To meet the 2050 climate change goals in legislation approved recently by the House of Representatives, the Environmental Protection Agency estimates the need for 180 new nuclear power plants.
A government union is making its case to Congress to re-establish Environmental Protection Agency research libraries. An EPA Local of AFGE hosted a recent breakfast to discuss the closures resulting from Bush Administration budget cuts. In the closing process, hundreds of paper files were lost or thrown out. When the Government Accountability Office investigated, they recommended a moratorium on future closures until the all files could be digitized. EPA CIO at the time Molly O'Neil said she didn't know what was lost because the EPA hadn't done an inventory.
How many Congressmen does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Making Second Life accessible to the disabled and other challenges of merging Web 2.0 with the mandates of Section 508.
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Molly O'Neill, former CIO at the EPA, explains why she thinks simply having a plan won't move agencies forward.