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February 12, 2015

By Joe Newman

POGO’s Suggested Congressional Priorities and Legislative Reforms



Baker's Dozen Doughnu We’re calling it our “Baker’s Dozen,” a set of recommendations aimed at making the federal government more transparent, more accountable and more ethical.

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Topics: Government Accountability

December 15, 2014

By Ethan Rosenkranz

Navy Tries to Cover Up New Carrier’s Exploding Cost



Ford Carrier The Navy is trying to cover up the total cost of its new aircraft carrier, which is $2.4 billion over budget and climbing.

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Topics: National Security

October 15, 2014

By Neil Gordon

Government Becomes Master of Its Data Domain



Contract Oversight POGO was pleased to see the General Services Administration step in and buy the rights to the federal government’s two most important spending transparency databases: the Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation and USASpending.gov.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

September 11, 2014

By Neil Gordon

Hey Big Spender: Spend Our Money More Ethically



Contract Oversight A new report discusses how federal contracting practices can effect positive change when it comes to human rights throughout the world.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

July 11, 2014

By Winslow Wheeler

A Big Week for the F-35?



F-35 Fighter Jet The largest defense program in U.S. history—the F-35—is facing two critical events this coming week.

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Topics: National Security

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