The current rail watchdog
is a second resort for people dissatisfied with the response of train companies to their complaints.
Their creation is encouraged by the industries,'' said Andy Draheim, a San Francisco-based official with the governmental watchdog
group Common Cause.
CHC chairman Rosemarie Tonkinson thanked watchdog
members and said: "We felt it was a very positive report.
Livingston has had a big influence on the operation of this watchdog
The result will be a watchdog
for every cop on patrol.
For a final sense of how well most of the government controls its watchdogs
, consider the principle of Dare to Fail Great--minor screwups may bring you trouble from the budget office, but the agency that founders on a sufficiently large scale gains the advantage.
The association helps watchdog
groups get started and publishes a newsletter about funding, equipment and activities.
The committee, which among other things evaluates the need for watchdogs
, mobilized: in 1975 it opened an investigation into the audit and investigative divisions operating within HEW.