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FCW : May 15, 2013
Few senior lawmakers have been known to publicly seek such advice. As the committee s new chairman, Carper emphasizes his friendship and cooperation with Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.), the frequently outspoken conservative who is the panel s new ranking Republican. That collegial tone has characterized the panel in recent years --- notably with previous chair- man Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.), who retired last year, and previous ranking Republican Sen. Susan Col- lins (R-Maine). But on key issues such as cyberse- curity and U.S. Postal Service reform, the committee s bipartisan approach ran into opposition last year from law- makers on both sides of the aisle. The Senate passed a revised postal measure, which died in the House. And senators Like many on Capitol Hill, Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) voices frustration with the gridlock on multiple issues, notably the budget. But unlike many of his col- leagues, Carper has been reaching out for solutions in an open, can-do style, with a large dose of humility. And he is positioned to get results. "There are real consequences from our failure to make tough choices," he said at a recent hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. He voiced regret that the recent battles over the scal cliff and details of the across-the-board budget sequester have taken time away from "the real mission" of government and have reduced federal employees morale --- and he asked the witnesses how members of Congress could do their jobs better. were unable to successfully compro- mise on their competing cyber bills. Carper wants to continue the bipar- tisanship, but he is intent on more suc- cessful congressional outcomes. That is a notable contrast with recent opera- tions of the counterpart House Over- sight and Government Reform Commit- tee, under chairmen of both parties. In the past Congress, for example, Chair- man Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) focused on bringing a contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder and made scant legislative progress. But even Issa and top Democrats on the House committee appear to have been in uenced by Carper s cooperative style. On March 20, the panel approved a measure sponsored by Issa and Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) to overhaul fed- eral IT procurement --- and Senate staff- from our failure to make tough choices." SEN. TOM CARPER (D-DEL.) ZAID HAMID
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