USAID Whistleblower, Mr. Paul Neifert, Motions Related to Compelling the Testimony of USAID Assistant Administrator for Management, Mr. Larry Byrne, and Administration Response to USAID Whistleblower, Mr. Paul Neifert: Hearing and Business Meeting Before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session, May 21, June 6, and June 18, 1996, Volume 4

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