Scandal Leads to Another Resignation at the Smithsonian

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Millions of Americans this summer will be visiting museums run by the Smithsonian Institution, some of Washington's most popular attractions. But all has not been well behind the scenes. In advance of a highly-critical report on management expected tomorrow, major changes are under way.  Lawrence Small resigned in March as Secretary of the Smithsonian, a job he held for seven years.  Yesterday, his deputy, Sheila Burke, also stepped down, saying that she wanted the organization to "move on."  Tomorrow, another shoe is expected to drop in the reform of an independent report on management practices.  James Grimaldi is an investigative reporter for the Washington Post.




Warren Olney