Thursday, February 28, 2008

Congress Probes Case Of The Missing White House E-Mails -- E-Mail -- InformationWeek

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Taking a break from grilling pro baseball players, Congress on Tuesday held a hearing to try to get to the bottom of the growing scandal of the missing White House e-mail archives.

California Rep. Henry Waxman, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, briefly outlined the ongoing saga of the White House e-mails in his opening statement, noting that the Bush administration in 2002 effectively dismantled the Automatic Records Management (ARM) System instituted by the Clinton administration in 1994.

Congress Probes Case Of The Missing White House E-Mails -- E-Mail -- InformationWeek

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