“Career civil servants” have been coming out of the woodwork with reports of lax security practices at NASA since Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) raised the issue publicly, and the powerful committee chairman may call some of the whistleblowers to testify publicly about their charges. Wolf cited Obama administration documents in warning that a “sustained attack” on U.S. trade and national security secrets by China and “other nations of concern” warrants more rigorous efforts to protect secrets ...
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