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June 2013, Volume 17, Issue 2

>Fraying Protections for National Security Whistleblowers
>Letter from the Executive Director
>Double Standard
>Sexual Assault and The Invisible War
>Regulators Hinder Oversight of Fannie Mae, Foreclosure Abuses
>POGO Obtains Previously Suppressed Report on Panetta Leak

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March 2013, Volume 17, Issue 1

>POGO Examines Revolving Door at SEC
>Letter from the Executive Director
>POGO's Keith Rutter Awarded the Phyllis McCarthy Public Interest Award
>SEC Revolving Door
>MOX Fuel Facility Budget Slashed
>Lawmakers Sound Alarm on Obama's NDAA Signing Statement
>State Department Still Without a Permanent Inspector General
>Danger Zone: The U.S. Embassy in Kabul

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Dec. 2012, Volume 16, Issue 4

>Whistleblower Protection Passes
>Letter from the Executive Director
>Human Trafficking Policies Improved, but More Work Needed
>One Year Later: Assessing Progress on Open Government National Action Plan
>Walking the Tightrope: Plugging Leaks vs. Whistleblower Protection

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October 2012, Volume 16, Issue 3

>Health Care Bill for Camp Lejeune Water Contamination >Victims Signed Into Law
>Letter from the Executive Director
>Defense Contractor Time Machine: Less Spending, More Jobs...
>Government Alumni Take a Spin through JPMorgan's Revolving Door
>Y-12 Break-In Raises Concerns about Nuclear Security
>Defense Industry Revolving Door

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July 2012, Volume 16, Issue 2

>The Center For Defense Information Joins POGO
>Letter from the Executive Director
>Reining In Service Contractors
>Some IG Vacancies Filled
>POGO Works to Stop Navy from Throwing Taxpayer Dollars at Leaky Ship
>Internal Report Detail Gross Mishandling of Military >Whistleblower Reprisal Cases
>Meet POGO's New Staffers
>POGO Alerts Obama About Secrecy in Government Rulemaking

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March 2012, Volume 16, Issue 1

POGO's New Un-Do Influence Campaign
Letter from the Executive Director
Pentagon Review Criticizes F-35 Acquisition Plan
Un-needed Los Alamos Nuclear Lab Building Will Cost Billions
Department of Energy Scientific Integrity Rules Need Strengthening
Is the FDA Blind to Conflicts of Interest?
Cover-Up of Contamination Continues at Camp Lejeune
POGO Tracks IG Vacancies

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Dec. 2011, Volume 15, Issue 2

Common-Sense Cuts to National Security Budget
Letter from the Executive Director
POGO Testifies on Star Creep: The Increase of Generals & Admirals in U.S. Military
NIH Requires Its Grantees to Come Clean
POGO Updates Federal Contractor Misconduct Database
POGO's First Beth Daley Impact Fun Fellow
Major Defense Contractors Overcharge Taxpayers for Spare Parts-Yes, Again
For the State Department, Lack of Action Speaks Louder than Words

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August 2011, Volume 15, Issue1

Whistleblower Protection Passes
Letter from the Executive Director
Human Trafficking Policies Improved, but More Work Needed
One Year Later: Assessing Progress on Open Government National Action Plan
Walking the Tightrope: Plugging Leaks vs. Whistleblower Protection

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October 2010, Volume 14, Issue 2

Oil Spill Demonstrates Need for Effective Oversight
Letter from the Executive Director
POGO Testifies on Use of Private Security Contractors in Combat Zones
POGO Announces Two New Investigators
Congressional Transparency Caucus Shines
POGO Continues Hill Oversight Training & Recognizes Oversight Leaders in Congress
A Tribute to Beth Daley

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June 2010, Volume 14, Issue 1

Decrease Wasteful Spending and Increase Good Government
Letter from the Executive Director
FAPIIS, FOIA, FCMD, and a Little Bit of GSA
A Step Towards A More Open Government
DCAA has Implemented "Reforms," but has It Changed?
Too Much Privatization in Government? A New POGO Report
POGO Warns Congress about Financial Self-Regulators