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December 12, 2016
“It appears that each federal agency is marching to the beat of its own drum. The challenge for the Trump administration will be to coordinate all of these ongoing efforts to ensure the federal government remains a useful partner for the private sector,” said Daniel Castro in POLITICO Morning Tech.
December 12, 2016
“The Senate’s willingness to support the bill in the final hours of its session should send a strong signal to the incoming Congress that there is momentum and bipartisan support to pass the OPEN Government Data Act in the first days of its session,” said Daniel Castro in FedScoop.
December 7, 2016
“For states, [the Carrier deal] puts them a little more in a central position. They are now going to be seen as part of the overall national effort to grow the economy and make it more competitive,” said Rob Atkinson on CNBC.
December 1, 2016
“Contrary to early reactions from the left and the right, the Carrier deal opens the door to a new approach to U.S. economic growth policy that is sorely needed. It sets the precedent that growing, attracting and retaining globally traded, innovation-based industries that are both high-value and pay high wages is central to U.S. economic growth,” said Rob Atkinson in The New York Times.
December 1, 2016
“The bill itself is the most extreme surveillance law we’ve ever seen in terms of what it’s requiring,” said Daniel Castro on PBS NewsHour.

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