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Spring Break fever was in the air today on Capitol Hill. Legislators have officially fled Washington D.C. and there will be no hearings until April 16th.
But before the final votes ensued, the Senate subcommittee on contracting oversight held a hearing where Senators McCaskill, Portman and Tester grilled witnesses from the Army, The Office of Personnel and Management and The Department of Homeland Security over contractor spending.
Meanwhile, Chairwoman McCaskill’s grandsons were in attendance. My guess is they are on their own Spring Break. They sat graciously through the hearing; only occasionally trying sneak into my shot. I’m sure they were absolutely enthralled with the subject of Contractors: How Much Are They Costing the Government.
When Grandma adjourned the hearing she let the boys smack the gavel to officially call the hearing to a close – then they really spotted me. And as kids do, they hammed it up for the camera. So, cute.
Dawn Lewis Says:
March 30th, 2012 at 2:28 pm
I love seeing women in these postions. In High School I wasn”t allowed to take mechanical drawing or wear pants. Thank you to all the women who stood up for ourrights.
Meda Ruzbasan Says:
April 10th, 2012 at 8:22 pm
This is a topic which is close to my heart… Many thanks! Where are your contact details though?