The Role of Inspectors General, and More from CRS
Noteworthy new reports from the Congressional Research Service that Congress has withheld from online public distribution include the following.
Federal Inspectors General: History, Characteristics, and Recent Congressional Actions, December 8, 2014
Attorney General Nominations Since the Reagan Administration, CRS Insights, December 4, 2014
Army Active Component (AC)/Reserve Component (RC) Force Mix: Considerations and Options for Congress, December 5, 2014
Nuclear Energy Cooperation with Foreign Countries: Issues for Congress, December 8, 2014
Hospital-Based Emergency Departments: Background and Policy Considerations, December 8, 2014
Federal Lands and Natural Resources: Overview and Selected Issues for the 113th Congress, December 8, 2014
Preventing the Introduction and Spread of Ebola in the United States: Frequently Asked Questions, December 5, 2014
Closing a Congressional Office: Overview of House and Senate Practices, December 5, 2014
Selected Privileges and Courtesies Extended to Former Members of Congress, December 5, 2014
The Tibetan Policy Act of 2002: Background and Implementation, November 5, 2014
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