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My colleague Lisbeth Gronlund recently wrote about the unjust firing of James Doyle, a 17-year employee of Los Alamos National Laboratory. The Department of Energy could have avoided this public embarrassment if it had enacted a strong scientific integrity policy from the outset.
In preparing a recent report, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board demonstrated an unusual mode of declassification. In this case, the process was remarkably productive, and it may offer a precedent for future declassification efforts.
Gust blogger Celia Viggo Wexler, a public interest advocate and former journalist, argues that journalism, the public and whistleblowers will benefit if the VA drops its demand for POGO’s records.
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) in-house watchdog has demanded that the Project On Government Oversight (POGO) turn over all information it has collected related to abuses and mismanagement at VA medical facilities, according to a subpoena delivered to POGO May 30.
Jack Shanahan died on 10 September 2013 at the age of 90 after a long and well-lived life. He and I became friends while I was working in the Pentagon in the 1990s. By then, he was long-retired from the Navy, and he was Director of the Center for Defense Information.
Does privatization work as predicted by the neo-liberal ideologues?
The public has been left completely in the dark about the scope and the extent of the government’s domestic spying.
An amendment offered by Reps. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Mike Coffman (R-Colo.) that would go a long way to address the shortcomings of the current law to ensure that service members are protected from retaliation when they report sexual assaults and other unlawful behavior.
Seven years after publicly blasting the TSA, a former air marshal might finally be getting his job back