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Congressional Oversight of Agency Public Communications: Implications of Agency New Media Use
Kevin R. Kosar (au)
Most federal agencies routinely communicate with the public. Agencies do so for many purposes, incl. informing the public of its rights and entitlements, and informing the public of the agencyäó»s activities. Agencies spent more than $900 million on contracts for advertising services in FY 2010, a figure that does not include all agency communications expenditures. Contents of this report: Congressional Oversight of Agency Public Communications; Exec. Agency Public Communications; Statutory Restrictions on Exec. Agency Public Communications; Enforcement of Statutory Restrictions; Exec. Agency Use of New Media for Public Communications; Implications for Congressional Oversight; Possible Policy Options for Congress. A print on demand report.
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