Michael A. Johnson: Deputy Assistant Sergeant at Arms
Johnson describes the challenge of retrofitting historic spaces in the Capitol and other Senate office buildings to install new media and technology.
Linda Gustitus: Legislative Assistant, 1979-1980; Chief Counsel and Staff Director, Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management and of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, 1980-2001; Chief Counsel to Senator Carl Levin, 2001-2003
Gustitus discusses the transition to using a single feed television camera in Senate committee hearings.
Dorothye G. Scott: Administrative Assistant to the Senate Democratic Secretary and to the Secretary of the Senate (1945-1977)
Scott discusses how Senate staff responded to computers being introduced to the Senate offices in the 1970s.
F. Nordy Hoffman: Sergeant at Arms
Hoffman describes the initial reactions of Senate staffers when the first computers were purchased for senators' offices in the 1970s.
G. William Hoagland: Staff Director of the Senate Budget Committee and Advisor to the Senate Majority Leader
Hoagland comments on the advantages and disadvantages of changing technology in the Senate.
Richard A. Arenberg: Staff to Senators Paul Tsongas, George Mitchell and Carl Levin
Arenberg discusses how his life as a Senate staffer changed when C-SPAN began airing Senate proceedings in 1986.