The federal government has put in place a rule that requires travel agents to report the number of people they’ve hired or promoted on social media to help protect the government from fraud and abuse.
But the rule, which was supposed to be implemented in 2017, hasn’t been fully implemented yet, according to The American Conservatives, a conservative media group.
The group has been tracking how many agents have reported their work for over two years.
It found that more than 30% of agents have submitted more than 200 social media posts, a new record high.
The agency has also posted a list of the most prominent social media accounts that the government deems most influential and influential agents.
The top agency for social media, the Office of Personnel Management, has reported more than 20,000 agents who have posted at least 1,000 posts on social issues over the last two years, according a report from the Government Accountability Office.
“The federal government is still spending billions of dollars to train agents to be better agents,” said Matt McGrath, The American Conservatory’s director of research and public policy.
“That is why the American Conservative believes it’s time for Congress to take action and repeal the rule and implement the rule as soon as possible.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.