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Excessive government secrecy erodes public confidence in government. And that secrecy typically has less to do with matters of national security and more to do with hiding corruption, wrongdoing, or gross mismanagement. POGO is working to advance reforms that will enhance the robust implementation of the Freedom of Information Act, as well as reforms that will make more government information disclosed proactively.
Wait, the Pentagon Wants Even More Secrecy?
September 16, 2016
Campaign 2016: What's a Good Government Advocate to Do?
September 9, 2016
Congress: Protect FOIA from the Pentagon
August 24, 2016
Broad Coalition Denounces FOIA Carve Outs In the NDAA
June 14, 2016
POGO: Passage of FOIA Reform a Victory for Democracy
June 13, 2016
Civil Society to House: Pass Widely Supported FOIA Bill
June 13, 2016
DoD Tries to Amend FOIA Through NDAA Again
April 7, 2016
Good Government Groups Pen Open Letter to Obama
March 22, 2016
POGO's Public Comment to GSA on Corporate Identifiers
January 19, 2016
Civil Society Pushes Back to Get Answers on Surveillance
January 13, 2016
Civil Society to FBI: Show Us How Section 702 Affects Americans
October 29, 2015
Drug Problems: Dangerous Decision-Making at the FDA
October 15, 2015
Testimony of POGO's Danielle Brian on "'All' Means 'All': The Justice Department's Failure to Comply With Its Legal Obligation to Ensure Inspector General Access to All Records Needed For Independent Oversight"
August 5, 2015
POGO Joins in Asking White House for Open Government Action
March 10, 2015
Speaker Boehner’s Inaction Will Kill FOIA Reform
December 11, 2014