From the WSJ’s Washington Wire this morning:
TECHNICALLY CHALLENGED: Among other woes at Homeland Security, the inspector generalâ€™s office says it canâ€™t widely distribute electronic announcements of new watchdog reports. A spokeswoman explains the department lacks capacity to create a mass email list, and â€œWe donâ€™t have a fix at this point.â€ Former Inspector General Clark Kent Ervin calls circulating such information crucial.
Nigerian spammers, Soccer Moms, and Poker Dads know how to set up an email list but the agency responsible for the safety of the USA is befuddled?
Instead of sending more money, try calling up the local high school to find a student that can help you out. I don’t think you’ll have to look very far.