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Submission + - Energy.gov: where information goes to die (thebulletin.org)

__aaqpaq9254 writes: Dawn Stover recounts her attempts to access information at energy.gov, the US Energy Department's "cutting-edge, interactive information platform," which apparently isn't any of those things. Especially frustrating were her attempts to locate important documents related to the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository. An interesting read for anyone interested in true government transparency.
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Energy.gov: where information goes to die

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