Federal Employee Restrictions1988-05-05T03:18:55-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/d53/002463-m.jpgThe subcommittee heard testimony on restrictions on the post-employment activities of federal officers and employees, popularly known as the “revolving door” problem.
The subcommittee heard testimony on restrictions on the post-employment activities of federal officers and employees, popularly known as the “revolving door” problem.
People in this video
- Carol Bonosaro President Senior Executives Association
- Marshall Breger Chair Administrative Conference of the U.S.
- Morton H. Halperin Director American Civil Liberties Union->Washington Office
- Marcy Kaptur U.S. Representative [D] Ohio
- John C. Keeney Assistant Attorney General (Acting) Department of Justice->Criminal Division
- Simon Lazarus III Partner Powell, Goldstein, Frazer, and Murphy
- Ann McBride Senior Vice President Common Cause
- William Morrill Chairman Center for Excellence in Government
- Strom Thurmond U.S. Senator [R] South Carolina
- Howard Wolpe U.S. Representative [D] Michigan
- Howard L. Berman U.S. Representative [D] California
- Howard Coble U.S. Representative [R] North Carolina
- Barney Frank U.S. Representative [D] Massachusetts
- Dan Glickman U.S. Representative [D] Kansas
- Eugene Shaw Jr. U.S. Representative [R] Florida
- Lamar S. Smith U.S. Representative [R] Texas
- House Judiciary Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental RelationsHouse Judiciary Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations
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