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Antitrust Modernization Commission: Report and Recommendations

Description: Final report of the Antitrust Modernization Commission, established by Congress to examine whether there is a need to modernize U.S. antitrust laws and to identify and study-related issues. It includes an overview of the topic and summary of the Commission's recommendations, with sections on substantive standards of antitrust law, enforcement instittutions and processes, civil and criminal remedies, and government exceptions to free-market competition, as well as individual statements from the commissioners and supplementary information.
Date: April 2007
Creator: United States. Antitrust Modernization Commission.
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Impact of the War on the Cleveland, Ohio Area

Description: Report describing the industrial area of Cleveland, Ohio including compiled statistics and information about the effects of World War Two on the labor force and industrial expansion of the area.
Date: July 1944
Creator: Fisko, Both H.
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Rebooting the Government Printing Office: Keeping America Informed in the Digital Age

Description: The conference report to the 2012 Consolidated Appropriations Act mandated that the National Academy of Public Administration (the Academy) conduct a broad operational review of GPO to (1) update past studies of GPO operations; (2) examine the feasibility of GPO continuing to perform executive branch printing; and (3) identify additional cost saving operational alternatives beyond those that GPO has already implemented.The Academy formed a five-member Panel of Fellows to conduct a ten-month study of the agency’s current role, its operations, and its future direction. The Panel determined that the federal government in the digital age must continue to ensure that the public has permanent access to authentic government information and that GPO has a critical role to play in meeting this need. GPO leaders have made significant progress in “rebooting” the agency from a print-centric to a content-centric focus, but the agency needs to make further business and operational changes. The Panel issued fifteen recommendations intended to position the federal government for the digital age, strengthen GPO’s business model, and further GPO’s continuing transformation. Among other things, the Panel recommended that Congress establish an inter-agency process to develop a government-wide strategy for managing the life-cycle of digital government information; GPO should provide an expanded set of services supporting the life cycle management of digital government information; GPO and Congress should explore alternative funding models for the Federal Digital System; and GPO should continue to perform executive branch printing, while further reducing costs and improving service to customers.
Date: January 2013
Creator: National Academy of Public Adminstration (NAPA)
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