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March 12, 1986

The House Judiciary Committee passed tough new "revolving door" legislation that would make former Pentagon officials wait two years before going to work for defense contractors they once supervised. Passage of the measure, already approved by the House Armed Services Committee, follows release of a General Accounting Office study estimating that fewer than one-third of former Pentagon officials report business with defense contractors--a legal requirement. The bill also would prohibit former officials from working for a contractor controlled by the firm they supervised.

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