Charles S. Clark

Senior Correspondent Charlie Clark joined Government Executive in the fall of 2009. He has been on staff at The Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly, National Journal, Time-Life Books, Tax Analysts, the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, and the National Center on Education and the Economy. He has written or edited online news, daily news stories, long features, wire copy, magazines, books and organizational media strategies.
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Which Clinton Aide Arranged the Private Email Server?

June 3, 2016 When the State Department watchdog on May 25 released a damning report on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s lapses in email management, the footnotes added a new wrinkle to the story that could force other shoes to drop in the 2016 presidential campaign. “In addition to Secretary Clinton, eight...

Deloitte Will Pay Government $11 Million to Settle Pricing Case

June 1, 2016 Deloitte Consulting LLP has agreed to pay the government $11.38 million to settle allegations that it submitted false claims on its pricing under a General Services Administration information technology contract. A Justice Department announcement on Tuesday noted that the firm did not admit liability. “Contractors are expected to deal fairly...

Senate Panel Advances Whistleblower Reforms

May 31, 2016 A key Senate panel on the eve of the Memorial Day holiday approved a package of 19 government reform bills that includes a reauthorization of the Office of Special Counsel while imposing major changes. The reauthorization of OSC, the main governmentwide outlet for whistleblower complaints, would strengthen that agency’s access...

White House Would Require Supply Contractors to Disclose Climate Risks

May 31, 2016 The Obama administration’s procurement chief has teamed up with White House environmental officers on a proposal to require more reporting on climate risks from agency supply-chain contractors. In a blog post highlighting a proposed rule published May 25 by the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council, three officials said the idea is...

White House Transition Survivors Regret Neglecting Congress

May 25, 2016 In offering advice to the emerging teams for the next administration, former White House National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley this week engaged in some self-criticism. “I regret that we didn’t use Congress more, to meet the delegations after their trips” for debriefings, said the adviser to George W. Bush and...

House Passes Bills to Speed Up Sales of Federal Buildings

May 24, 2016 Impatient with the Obama administration’s seven-year effort to “shrink the federal footprint,” the House on Monday unanimously passed two bills aimed at accelerating the process of disposing of unneeded agency buildings, restructuring the General Services Administration and creating a new buildings authority. Backers said together the bipartisan bills would save...

IRS Chief Politely Skips House Impeachment Hearing

May 24, 2016 Internal Revenue Commissioner John Koskinen on Tuesday declined to appear at a House Judiciary Committee hearing planned a week ago to investigate his “misconduct” in allegedly withholding information from Congress on the long-simmering charges that the agency is biased against conservatives. “I have the deepest respect for you and for...

Contractors See Some Goodies in Big Defense Bill

May 23, 2016 The grab-bag $610 billion defense policy bill now at the halfway point in its journey through Congress has the contracting community upbeat about some procurement and small business reforms while wary of debate about the extent to which defense contractors will be subject to President Obama’s Fair Pay Safe Workplaces...

Interagency Collaboration—For the Birds

May 23, 2016 North America’s migratory bird population—whose delicate health is seen as threatened by climate change—has a tendency to choose flyways without regard to state and international borders. Hence protecting migratory birds requires an intricate collaboration of federal agencies, academics and nonprofits from three countries. Many of those groups gathered May 18...

OMB Gets High Marks for Pursuing Cross Agency Priority Goals

May 23, 2016 The Obama administration’s efforts to guide program managers’ work toward achieving cross-agency priority goals are paying off, the Government Accountability Office said in a report released Friday. The goals with such themes as open data, improving customer service and investing in job creation must be named, funded and tracked under...

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