Imagine an organization with the mission of finding fault with nearly everything everyone else does. In a nutshell, that’s exactly what GAO does.
The founding fathers could never have imagined the technologies that drive today’s United States. But a lot is happening fast.
Congress killed off the Office of Technology Assessment in the mid-90s, but members of the House Appropriations Committee have taken the first step toward bringing it back. The committee, in a draft of the fiscal…
The Office of Technology Assessment provided insight to Congress on technology and its implications and was defunded in 1995, but a recently recovered staff member of the House Judiciary Committee argued it’s time to bring it back.
Congress itself is stuck in a technological time warp. Zach Graves, head of policy at the Lincoln Network, provides ideas on how to move the institution along.