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Latest Jack Potter Items
Two top officials who have taken the lead in cleaning up ethical lapses and mismanagement at the board overseeing the Washington region's two major airports came under fire for their own actions Friday at a House oversight hearing.
A federal audit of the authority that runs metropolitan Washington's two major airports has revealed more problems, including over-reliance on no-bid contracts and executives accepting expensive gifts from contractors.
The authority overseeing the D.C. area's two main airports approved new travel rules for its board of directors and staff and decided to halt no-bid contracts, as the emotions of the embattled board members simmered at a contentious Wednesday meeting.
New technology and first responders A few months ago, we never would have imagined that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) would issue an order in a patent dispute that sets back the technological advances sought by the emergency response community. Yet, here we are ("Patent protection," Editorial, July 17).