There were supposedly House oversight hearings on The Smithsonian last year
http://cha.house.gov/hearings/hearing.aspx?NewsID=1349 and in 2003 http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-72304158.html . They did a lot of good didn't they ?
Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote: http://tinyurl.com/27man8
This guy is allegedly a "public servant." He should be fired and the office put under very strict
oversight, with the executive budget cut to the bone. Someone wanting to get rich and live like a
CEO doesn't belong in charge of the Smithsonian, or the LOC or any other government institution.
Such jobs are not for those in it for the rich and famous living large life.
No wonder so much audio material in the hands of the Smithsonian will never be conveniently
available to the public (public = owners and funders of said museum). Disgraceful!
-- Tom Fine
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