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Wahl Mute on Firing from Legislative IT Bureau -- but politics could be to blame

Mark Wahl, jettisoned last week from his position as director of the nonpartisan Legislative Technology Services Bureau (LTSB, is mum on the reasons for his ouster.

And while Senate Majority Leader Mary Panzer, (R-West Bend) cited the results of an audit of the bureaus performance as the motivation for the firing, a......

Full article >>> sense as a management issue and as a separation of powers issue, Baas said. We have separate legislative audit and technologies bureaus. You have these service agencies for every branch of government.

Baas denied that Wahls firing had anything to do with Wahls participation in court cases relating to public access to legislators electronic correspondence.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Charles Rathmann 09/29/03


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