About POGO

Andrew Bergman

Andrew Bergman

Special Environmental Advisor

Andrew Bergman serves as POGO's Special Environmental Advisor, focusing on environmental accountability issues at the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of the Interior, and other federal agencies. He's also the Director of Policy at the Sunlight Foundation's Web Integrity Project. Andrew is currently on leave from his Ph.D. in Applied Physics at Harvard University, and he graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Physics.

EPA Lacks the Authority and Supporting Data to Propose Transparency Requirements for Science

August 17, 2018

EPA lacks sufficient authority to propose the "Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science" rule and the proposal itself is incomplete, ill-considered, and contrary to the Agency’s mission to protect the public and environment. Therefore, the Project On Government Oversight strongly urges the EPA to withdraw the rule.

Pruitt's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

April 6, 2018

As ethics problems pile up, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt should go.

EPA Drags Its Feet with Records Requests Aimed at Scott Pruitt’s Office

February 25, 2018

The Environmental Protection Agency is especially slow at processing Freedom of Information Act requests for records in the Administrator’s office compared to the rest of the agency.

Scott Pruitt to Testify Today: Here Are POGO’s Most Pressing Questions

January 30, 2018

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will testify today in front of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. POGO hopes for thorough answers about EPA accountability.

July 3, 2018

Pruitt ally decides which of his records see the light of day

Politico | By Anthony Adragna, Emily Holden

July 3, 2018

How Does Scott Pruitt Still Have a Job?

Rolling Stone | By Ryan Bort