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WASHINGTON – Today, after President Obama signed into law House legislation prohibiting government officials from engaging in illegal trading practices, House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., issued the following statement:
Today, Committee on House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., issued the following statement after the independent Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released the U.S. House of Representatives’ Financial Statement Audit reporting a clean opinion for 2011:
House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren Applauds House Passage of Insider Trading Bill; Says House Amendments Strengthen Senate Bill
The Committee on House Administration, in collaboration with the House Recording Studio and the Library of Congress (LOC), is pleased to announce a new legislative transparency initiative that provides standardized and uniform live video-streaming of House committee proceedings on one centralized website for public access.
Cut Demonstrates GOP Commitment to Rein in Government Spending
The Committee on House Administration, in collaboration with the Library of Congress (LOC) and the Government Printing Office (GPO), is pleased to announce a new iPad application that provides users with mobile access to the Congressional Record.
New Site Provides Legislative Documents in XML Format
New Standards Improve Public Access to Legislative Documents with XML Requirements and Central Repository
Today, Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., and the GOP members of the Committee on House Administration were joined by over 75 of their colleagues calling on President Obama to either opt in to the system for taxpayer financing of presidential campaigns, which he vigorously defends despite his own refusal to participate, or join with House Republicans to eliminate the wasteful and ineffective financing scheme.