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January 30, 2018

By Andrew Bergman

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



Scott Pruitt 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.

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Topics: Government Accountability, Public Health and Science, Contract Oversight

August 8, 2017

By Neil Gordon

Prison Time for GSA Official Caught in Nepotism Scheme



GSA Building 120 Helen Rene’e Ballard, a former GSA contracting official who played a key role in a POGO investigation more than a decade ago, was recently sentenced to prison for a nepotism scheme.

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Topics: Government Accountability, Contract Oversight

February 9, 2017

By Ari Goldberg

POGO Asks Attorney General to Investigate Kellyanne Conway and White House Social Media Director



Kellyanne Conway The Project On Government Oversight sent a letter today to Attorney General Jeff Sessions calling for an investigation of senior White House officials Kellyanne Conway and Dan Scavino, Jr.

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Topics: Government Accountability

January 30, 2017

By Scott H. Amey, J.D.

Trump Fails to Expand Definition of Lobbyist in Ethics Order



POTUS Signing Executive Order at White House in January President Trump’s ethics executive order fails to drain the swamp and end a federal government controlled by influence peddlers. Although some of the restrictions are good, the order fails to redefine lobbying and therefore offers little hope that much wil

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Topics: Government Accountability

August 29, 2016

By Neil Gordon

Whistleblower Rejects $8 Million Award to Protest Revolving Door



Business man silhouette Eric Ben-Artzi turned down an $8.25 million award for blowing the whistle on fraud at Deutsche Bank because the government let the company’s executives off the hook.

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Topics: Whistleblower Protections, Financial Sector

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