Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) is hearing from more whistle-blowers inside NASA since he publicized charges about lax security for sensitive technology at Ames Research Center, Calif. The chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee that funds NASA, Wolf says he isn't happy with the way the agency's inspector general (IG) has handled security, and the same holds true for federal law enforcement agencies (AW&ST Feb. 18, p. 19). In a recent hearing with NASA IG Paul Martin, Wolf vows “to ...


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