"The Combined Federal Campaign, the annual charity drive for federal workers, has revised its antiterrorism standard for charities that will participate in the government’s 2006 and subsequent campaigns.
Under the new rules, the federal government will no longer specifically require that charities check the names of their employees – and the organizations that charities give money to – against terrorist watch lists. But the government will encourage charities to do so. …" – The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Update, November 9, 2005.
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