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State and local units holding the vast majority of inmates in the Marshals’ custody are subjected to weaker covid-related oversight than private prisons that contract with the agency, says the Justice Department’s internal watchdog.U.S. Marshals Service’s lax covid-19 oversight of some inmates reflects a larger problem|Joe Davidson|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
To provide oversight of the operation of existing laws and the institutions they undergird.Will Senate Republicans allow their louts to rule the party?|George Will|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Advocates of stricter financial industry oversight have identified a number of areas of potential concern highlighted by the recent turmoil.Yellen, after meeting with regulators, says stock market showed resilience through GameStop frenzy|Tory Newmyer|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Our work represents the latest progress towards the kind of autonomous robot ecosystems that could help build humanity’s future homes, far away from Earth and far away from human oversight.
Though charter schools are designed to operate outside the rules of school district bureaucracies, the state allowed them to expand for years with very little oversight despite continuing controversy over financial scandals and other problems.Report: California ‘wasting’ millions of dollars funding online charter schools|Valerie Strauss|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
This is why arguments for little to no federal oversight of education are so disturbing.The ‘No Child’ Rewrite Threatens Your Kids’ Future|Jonah Edelman|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
There was virtually no government oversight of safety and operational standards.
Congress created SIGAR to provide oversight of relief and reconstruction projects in Afghanistan.
They have argued in court that they are not public and therefore they are not subject to the oversight that public entities are.
Third, the destruction: These hedge-fund managers want to eliminate all limits and oversight of charter schools.
Shifting Sands (Lane) reads like a book with a purpose from which the purpose has been by some oversight omitted.
A correspondent points out that if that amount has ever been left in the bottom of his teacup it was an oversight.
The ill success of half the foreign purchasers must be imputed to this oversight.
But a larger number of lambs will be reared by a careful oversight of the ewes, and the use of proper precautions.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
By a very unusual chance or oversight, there had been no men-of-war despatched to protect property of such enormous value.Newton Forster|Captain Frederick Marryat