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A Democratic official is telling The Associated Press that the White House is about to announce a new head of the agency that regulates the oil industry.
Amy Merten, spatial data branch chief in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Response and Restoration, is being honored for her efforts at using a new online data system to help clean up in the aftermath of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Globs of sticky brownish ooze soil miles of sensitive shoreline and marsh from Alabama to Louisiana. Former Coast Guard vice admiral Brian Peterman tells Federal News Radio deepwater oil rigs have caused concern for years.
Adm. Thad Allen is one of the most widely praised feds for his work during the Gulf Oil Spill. Recently retired, he joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss the Coast Guard response to the spill and his time in office.
CNN's Brian Todd brings us details
CNN's Brian Todd brings us an update.
The work by Dr. Paul Hsieh has led to a nomination for a Service to America Medal in the Science and Environment category.
Alex Howard, Government 2.0 Washington Correspondent for O'Reilly Media, explains some of the ways government departments are taking advantage of collaborative tools to meet their missions.
A presidential panel investigating the Gulf oil spill says that the oil industry, Congress and the Obama administration need to do more to reduce the chances of another large-scale disaster. Panel co-chair, former Senator Bob Graham joins us with details.
USA Today reports the public submitted 123,000 ideas to BP on how to stop the oil flow and clean up the spill.