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September 30, 2015

By Iulia Gheorghiu

POGO’s Center for Defense Information Names New Military Advisory Board



Aerial shot of the Pentagon (Photo: Flickr / Rudiriet) POGO's Center for Defense Information, one of the nation’s leading advocates for Pentagon reform, announced today it has created a new advisory board of former military officers who will help guide its mission.

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Topics: Government Accountability, Open Government

September 29, 2015

By Daniel Van Schooten

VA Whistleblowers Testify at Senate Hearing



VA Whistleblowers Senate Hearing There is an ongoing culture of retaliation and fear across the VA, and those responsible for it are often going unpunished.

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Topics: Whistleblower Protections

September 14, 2015

By Mia Steinle

Draining Us Dry: How Diverting a New Mexico River Will Hurt Taxpayers



Gila River The Project on Government Oversight is a nonpartisan independent watchdog that investigates waste, fraud, and abuse in the federal government. POGO’s mandate led us to investigate a federally-funded project in New Mexico, where the numbers just don’t add u

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Topics: Energy and Natural Resources

September 17, 2015

By Neil Gordon

New DOJ Corporate Crime Policy Will Impact Contracting



Screenshot of DOJ Memo on Corporate Wrongdoing What impact will the Department of Justice's new guidelines for fighting corporate crime have on the companies in POGO's Federal Contractor Misconduct Database and on federal contracting in general?

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Topics: Contract Oversight

September 17, 2015

By Jacob Marx

Why Don’t DOE and NNSA Have Enough Money?



Photograph of The Naval Reactor Disposal Site, Trench 94 200 Area East Hanford Site, Washington in November 2009. When a government watchdog reports that the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) isn’t repairing its buildings, or is using obsolete fire safety equipment, or has broken security sensors “safeguarding” radioactive stockpiles, the NNSA’s answer i

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Topics: National Security

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