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Open Government Program Manager
Sean Moulton is the Open Government Program Manager at POGO.
Areas of expertise: National Security, Government Oversight, Wasteful Defense Spending, Ethics, Open Government, Whistleblower Issues
Areas of expertise: Contract Oversight, Contractor Responsibility, the Revolving Door and Conflicts of Interest, Government Transparency
Director, Straus Military Reform Project, CDI at POGO
Areas of expertise include National Security, Pentagon Reform
POGO Executive Director Danielle Brian talking with Bill Moyers about how industry influence shapes laws and regulations.
How Money Rules Washington
POGO's General Counsel Scott Amey went on C-SPAN to discuss Edward Snowden and the rapid increase in private intelligence contractors.
The Rise of Intelligence Contractors
Ethan Rosenkranz will be joining POGO as a national security policy analyst.
Introducing Ethan Rosenkranz, POGO's Newest Staffer
POGO Supports Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Call to Remove SEC Chair Mary Jo White | The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) strongly supports US Senator Elizabeth Warren’s letter to President Obama calling for the replacement of Chair Mary Jo White at the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). In January 2015, POGO sent a similar letter to Obama asking for White’s removal, noting that “the revolving door between industry and the SEC has irreparably undermined her tenure.”
POGO to Congress: Help Flint Water Victims Before Skipping Town | Before they adjourn for upcoming elections, POGO is calling on leaders in the US House and Senate to urgently help the people affected by the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Concerned Groups to Senate: Remove Measure in CR that Poses Risks to VA Whistleblowers | Our nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations strongly urge the Senate to withdraw the provisions in the Continuing Resolution (CR) that will not effectively protect whistleblowers at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The recent scandals that rocked the VA highlight the importance of having safe channels to expose problems that threaten the health care of veterans.
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Taxpayer-Funded Research Finally Available to Public | A new website is making the Congressional Research Service’s taxpayer-funded reports available to the public for the first time, thanks to the efforts of good government groups that have been pursuing their public release for over 20 years.
Congress Needs More Transparency to Reduce Industry Influence | Industries can buy influence in Congress legally by funding Congressional fellowships. A POGO investigation finds there is very little oversight of Congressional fellowship programs on the Senate side and none on the House side.
Whistleblower Alleges Culture of Intimidation at DCAA | J. Kirk McGill, a highly qualified auditor, was forced out of the Defense Contract Audit Agency after refusing to sign a whitewashed audit.