Mark Tapscott is The Washington Examiner's executive editor. He oversees the daily work of the newspaper's special reporting team. He was inducted into the National Freedom of Information Act Hall of Fame in 2006. Before joining The Examiner in 2006, he started and led the Heritage Foundation's Computer-Assisted Research and Reporting (CARR) Boot Camps. He formerly held editing and reporting positions with The Journal Newspapers and The Washington Times.
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