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EPA inspector general warns sequestration will diminish agency transparency

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Environmental Protection Agency inspector general Arthur Elkins predicts that sequestration will make the agency less transparent, a warning that emerges even as Congress investigates top agency officials for avoiding transparency laws with banned email accounts. “What we do is provide a level of transparency to agency operations that otherwise you wouldn’t see but for the IG shop,” Elkins told...

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