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November 6, 2017

By Neil Gordon

Pentagon Nixes Release of Afghan Reconstruction Data—Again



Marines show Afghan National Police officers how to disassemble their new M16A2 assault rifles to clean them at Bost Airport in Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan, Aug. 16, 2017. For the second time in two years, the Pentagon has classified information on the capabilities of the Afghan security forces that was previously reported to the public. Will the Pentagon stand by its shaky justification, or will it have a change of heart li

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Topics: Government Accountability, Open Government, National Security

October 23, 2017

By Laura Peterson

Border Agency Hasn’t Requested Funding for New Wall



Kevin McAleenan Despite President Trump’s claim that a border wall is crucial for our safety, the Department of Homeland Security hasn’t requested funding for new walls or fences since the last wall was mandated a decade ago.

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Topics: Government Accountability, National Security, Contract Oversight

August 29, 2017

By Andrea Peterson

Trump's Privacy Board Nominee Is a Big Step, But It's Only the First One



Adam Klein Even with a new chairman, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, a key government watchdog, won’t be able to return to full strength without a quorum of at least three members.

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Topics: Government Accountability, National Security

August 21, 2017

By Laura Peterson

New Bill Hurts and Helps Trump’s Border Wall



Donald Trump on the campaign trail A new Republican bill loosens President Trump’s requirement for a border wall, but contains disturbing implications for government contracting and corporate handouts.

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Topics: Government Accountability, National Security, Contract Oversight

August 17, 2017

By Neil Gordon

Defense Supplier Accused of Price Gouging is Hit with Shareholder Lawsuit



Stock market with money graphic TransDigm Group, a leading aircraft parts supplier suspected of overcharging the Pentagon, was sued by stockholders upset about the effect the company’s recent notoriety is having on their portfolios.

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Topics: National Security, Contract Oversight

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