Mark Tapscott is editorial page editor of the Washington Examiner and member of Clarity Media Group's National Editorial Board. He is also a blogger, as well as and founder and chief instructor of The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Media and Public Policy, a Computer-Assisted Research and Reporting (CARR) training program for journalists.
Tapscott began his journalism career as a national staff reporter at the Washington Times in 1985. He rose through the ranks to become business editor, national editor and assistant managing editor. Subsequently he was managing editor at The Journal Newspapers in Washington, D.C. In 1999 he joined the Heritage Foundation. 
Testiomony Before Congress
- Mark Tapscott, "Openness in Government and Freedom of Information: Examining the OPEN Government Act of 2005", Testimony before Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security United States Senate, March 15, 2005.
Other SourceWatch Resources
- Tapscott's Copy Desk blog at the Examiner website: http://www.dcexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/TapscottsCopyDesk/
- Tapscott's Copy Desk (pre-Examiner): http://tapscottscopydesk.blogspot.com/
- Tapscotts Behind the Wheel: http://tapscottbehindthewheel.blogspot.com/
- Mark Tapscott, "Halleluyah! I am Headed Back to the Newsroom!!", Tapscott's Copy Desk, March 23, 2006.
- "Mark Tapscott", EBlogger, accessed August 2006.
- "Mark Tapscott: Senior Journalism Fellow", undated, accessed August 2006.
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