Former FOIA officer worries new bill poses IT challenges
February 27, 2015
The legislation could make it difficult for agencies to adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act, said Frederick Sadler, a former FOIA Officer for the FDA.
Whether you plan to toast the victor or just the end of campaign season, election night should be spent on the town. Here are some places to celebrate on November 6th!
Election Night Jam at The Kennedy Center - Jazz music will play over giant big screens showing election coverage at this free event.
Shooters in red and blue are on the menu at Kelly's Irish Times for the Election Night 2012 hosted by Campaigns & Election magazine.
If you're hoping for an Obama win, join the DC for Obama Election Night Celebration. Volunteers from across the country will be at Station 9 on U Street beginning at 8 p.m.
Hungry for a Republican victory? Dine with a member at Capitol Hill Club's GOP Victory Buffet.
Ultra Bar is hosting a non-partisan party. You'll need a ticket, but drinks are free!
In the spirit of its namesake, Lincoln Restaurant will bring all voters together with a menu featuring candidate-inspired dishes from both parties.
Politico magazine will have interactive election centers and its top pundits sharing conversation and cocktails with guests at its Election Night 2012 Celebration at The Newseum.