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POGO’s investigations draw attention to cases where our national security and needs of the troops have been compromised by greed, lack of oversight, and in many cases, sheer incompetence. Our nation’s security should never take a back seat to private or bureaucratic interests that result in malfunctioning or under-performing weapons systems, or insufficiently secured military, diplomatic, or nuclear weapons facilities. Yet that is what often happens. Through these investigations, POGO seeks to support the needs of the troops and improve the allocation of taxpayer dollars and resources in order to make the U.S. more safe and secure.
More security blunders at Los Alamos.
July 18, 2004
Testimony of POGO's Danielle Brian before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security and Emerging Threats on Nuclear Security: Can DOE Meet Facility Security Requirements?
June 22, 2004
Testimony of POGO's Danielle Brian, Executive Director on Nuclear Security: Can DOE Meet Facility Security Requirements Before the House Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations
April 27, 2004
POGO letter to Hon. Thomas K. Kean, Chairman, National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States regarding the U.S. military's refusal to heed concerns that terrorists might try to strike domestic targets with hijacked airliners
April 13, 2004
Testimony of POGO's Eric Miller on Proposed KC-767A Tanker Lease
September 3, 2003
Letter to Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge
July 8, 2003
Testimony of Danielle Brian, POGO's Executive Director on Inadequate Security at the Department of Energy Nuclear Weapons Complex before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations
June 24, 2003
Testimony of Peter D.H. Stockton POGO's Senior Investigator before the House Democratic Task Force on Homeland Security on Inadequate Security at Nuclear Power Plants and Nuclear Weapons Facilities
June 24, 2003