- Budget Deal Reached. EDABURN, PATRICK // Moderate Voice;4/8/2011, p17
A blog on the agreement on the U.S. budget for government spending for the remainder of 2011, is discussed.
- BREAKING NEWS: Reps and Dems Agree on Deal; Shutdown Averted (Mistakenly Deleted Post Added Here). KATTENBURG, KATHY // Moderate Voice;4/8/2011, p18
A blog on the agreement on the U.S. budget for government spending for the remainder of 2011, is presented.
- Funding for Federal and State Financial Regulators Still in Question As Roles Expand. Wang, Marian // Pro Publica;1/ 2/2011, p4
A blog related to funding issues due to increase in regulators in the U.S. is discussed.
- Planet Of The Congressional Jack-An-Apes. SILVERSTEIN, MICHAEL // Moderate Voice;2/18/2011, p8
A blog from columnist Michael Silverstein related to government spending in the U.S. is discussed.
- Forget Lower Taxes Without Lower Spending. // Business Owner;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p7
A blog from thebusinessowner.com/blog on reducing of government expenditures which would result to lower federal tax is presented.
- FROM OUR BLOGGERS. Tibbs, Jon; Flash, Neil; West, Chris // PRWeek (London);2/26/2010, p16
The article presents the views of several web bloggers on various issues including the status of communications organisations in Vancouver, British Columbia, British public spending for homeopathy, and political debate on democracy.
- CI blog: Timing is everything. Morby, Aaron // Contract Journal;6/10/2009, Vol. 447 Issue 6726, p2
A blog by Aaron Morby, editor of the journal, on the possible public spending cuts after the general elections in Great Britain is presented.
- Budget Deals Deep Cuts to Obama Administration's Transparency Sites. Wang, Marian // Pro Publica;4/10/2011, p9
A blog on the anticipated cuts in the U.S. budget on funds for the Electronic Government Fund, which supports a number of government transparency websites such as SASpending.gov, Data.gov and IT Dashboard is presented.
- DOWNTIME. // Computer Weekly;3/30/2010, p24
The article presents some blogs appeared on the website "computerweekly.com," including one on plan of British Prime Minister to spend 300m pound on providing laptops and 12 months' online access to 270,000 poor school kids; another on firing an employee by sending a message on social networking...