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In case you don't know, in our world, PR means "public relations" and there is an interesting PR blog called Washington Flack, written by Paul Griffo, senior public affairs specialist for the Federal Transit Administration. The blog focuses on fed issues, to a large degree.



Two interesting posts:

1. He calls the FBI's Most Wanted list the best government PR campaign ever.

2. He also talks about the Postal Service's effort to set the record straight. In fact, the Postal Service even has a portion of its Web page called, "Setting the Record Straight," where they post their grievances.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on May 10, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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