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HOW STRONG IS THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT'S ETHICAL POLICY?

From: National Parks Traveler

“Not long after he took office, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reminded his employees of their ethical obligations, and said "I intend to make holding one…

TRUMP DECISION FOR DEPUTY DOI DIRECTOR ATTRACTS HEAT

From: Kaplan Herald

“"It is disturbing but perhaps indicative that the Trump people would resurrect a political hatchet man to take the helm at the National Park Service. In the Snyder-gate…

FORMER NATIONAL PARKS OFFICIAL WHO HELPED NFL OWNERCUT DOWN 130 TREES TAPPED FOR TOP AGENCY JOB

From: New York Daily News

““It is disturbing but perhaps indicative that the Trump people would resurrect a political hatchet man to take the helm at the National Park Service,” Jeff…

TRUMP PICK FOR DEPUTY INTERIOR DIRECTOR DRAWS FIRE

From: Newsmax

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, told the National Parks Traveler he was disappointed with the announcement, which…

FORMER NPS OFFICIAL FOUND TO HAVE OVERLOOKED ENVIRONMENTAL REGS SAID TO BE NEXT ACTING DIRECTOR

From: National Parks Traveler

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, was disappointed that Secretary Zinke would bring Smith back into…


News Releases

REDSKIN OWNER TREE-CUTTING WHISTLEBLOWER CASE RESOLVED

Special Counsel Mediation Brings Happy Ending for Park Service Ranger Danno

SCANT TESTING FOR ARCTIC BLOWOUT CAPPING SYSTEM

Safety Agency Can Produce Only One Page of Notes to Demonstrate Cap Reliability

POLITICAL MUDWRESTLING ON MEXICAN WOLF SCIENCE

Documents Show Bargaining to Shape Scientific Findings to Meet Political Ends

PENTAGON SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY RULE – BROAD SWEEP, FEW DETAILS

One-Third of Federal Agencies Still Lack Final Policies, Others Are Incomplete

STATE WHISTLEBLOWER LAWS STEADILY STRENGTHENING

Cash-Strapped States Look to Whistleblowers to Pinpoint Waste and Fraud