Gerald Walpin

Gerald Walpin was Inspector General at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), after nomination by President George W. Bush and Senate confirmation. He served until fired by President Obama.

The NSA Program in Real-World Perspective

 

Reality, logic, and history need be applied to hysteria of some concerning NSA’s possession of all phone numbers called by phones of Americans and even, some say, the addresses from and to all emails. Consider the same law enforcement tactic used successfully to catch domestic criminals. Just recently, a dozen of similar-type robberies by disguised […]

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There He Goes Again

 

No one would suggest cutting the budget of a city’s police force by 50% while the population remains essentially unchanged. Then why did the Obama Administration slash the money available to the Inspector General’s Office (IG), the police force at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), by almost 50% while leaving CNCS’s allocation […]

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