Carlson, Caron
March 2001
eWeek;03/26/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p1
Examines how the appointments of father-son team, Colin and Michael Powell as State Secretary and Federal Communications Commission Chairman, respectively, will impact the operations of and relations between the two federal agencies in the United States. Proprietary issues raised by the appointments; Coordinated efforts of both agencies; Industry's assessment of the issue. INSET: A hero, a son and ethics.


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