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President Barack Obama's work with the SEC, EPA and FTC is a sign of things to come for the FDA among others, according to a presidential scholar. Federal News Radio learns about "one of the best kept secrets in American political life."
The Securities and Exchange Commission says it's ready to write new rules for companies affected by the sweeping legislation that is about to become law. Former Chairman of the SEC, Harvey Pitt, looks ahead.
Oversight and Government Reform eyes what's on your desktop and in your wallet.
A dutch treat for fans of government transparency and accountability
The Securities and Exchange Commission has released new guidance for how companies should disclose cyberattacks. The guidance comes after Sen. Jay Rockefeller asked the SEC to issue it, so companies would be compelled to reveal any cyberattacks that lead to losses.
The union that represents IRS workers is ramping up a public campaign in hopes of convincing voters that the loss of 4,000 tax collectors and agents would be bad for government services that they depend on. Congressional appropriators have proposed cutting the division's budget by $450 million-to-$600 million.
Legislation has been introduced in the Senate that would strike a section of the recently enacted financial regulation law that exempted the Securities and Exchange Commission from the Freedom of Information Act. On the Money blogger Silla Brush explains.