EPA vows better records management amid criticism - The Hill's E2-Wire

The Environmental Protection Agency is pledging to address “any concerns”
about management of emails and instant messages and planning new training
for staff on compliance with public records laws.

Acting EPA Administrator Robert Perciasepe described the plans in a Monday
memo to agency staff that says EPA has attained “important milestones” on
transparency in recent years, but has more work to do.

    It vows to be responsive to the ongoing review of EPA's records
management practices by the agency's inspector general, which is an
internal watchdog.

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