Identifies high-level federal officials who, after leaving government service between fiscal years 1986 and 1991, registered as foreign agents and represented foreign interests before the U.S. government. Also examines Department of Justice actions to correct problems previously reported concerning the administration of foreign agent registration. Drawings.
This is a humorous entertaining adventure story. You are there in the center of a government investigation of a terrorist group operating in London, England. Bill Bund, Foreign Service Agent, as the head of a Rapid Response Team, has to stop the sinister Adolpho Barco reign of terror on an embassy building somewhere in the world. Time is running short. Watch Bund's team move into action. A romantic interlude with a pretty woman adds spice to this thriller. Will the citizens of London fall prey to an evil crooked man? Can good detective work prevent an attack? Brace yourself for an inside view of a fight between good and evil.
Congress has enacted post-gov¿t. employment restrictions and foreign agent registration requirements with the objectives of protecting the U.S. gov¿t. against the improper use of gov¿t. information by former federal employees and ensuring that the Amer. people know the identity of persons trying to influence U.S. gov¿t. policy in the U.S. on behalf of foreign entities. This report discusses: (1) the extent to which selected agencies have information on the post-gov¿t. employment activities of former senior federal employees who represent foreign principals; and (2) the challenges the agencies face in enforcing these requirements. Includes recommendation. Charts and tables.
Report of Charles S.P. Bowles, foreign agent of the United States Sanitary Commission, upon the International congress of Geneva, for the amelioration of the condition of the sick and wounded soldiers of armies in the field, convened at Geneva, 8th August, 1864
Considers S. 693, to expand the definition of who must register as an agent of a foreign government.