Federal Budget Office Asks All Agencies to Cut Conference, Travel Costs By Lauren Fox May 14, 2012 Since news of the General Services Administration’s $820,000 party in Las Vegas broke, the White House announced its putting the kibosh on the good times that have previously rolled on the taxpayers’ dime. […]
WhistleWatch: Cause of Action Not for Profit Advocate Seeks Information on Whistleblower Retaliation From Federal Agencies
The WhistleWatch Blog: Cause of Action Not for Profit Advocate Seeks Information on Whistleblower Retaliation From Federal Agencies 22:20, April 23, 2012 by Evelynn Brown, J.D., LL.M Amazing how quickly the Government Services Administration (GSA) scandal can rally members of Congress to take a fresh look at the failure of […]
Federal News Radio “In Depth” host Francis Rose talks with Dan Epstein about how the federal government is failing to protect whistleblowers. Listen to the interview here.
Read the full story here. Fox News “Dan Epstein writes on FoxNews.com today, “On his very first day in the White House, the president remarked “transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency.” So when Cause of Action asked the Office of Management and Budget(OMB) […]
Read the full story here. Heritage Foundation “A public advocacy organization is suing the White House for failing to disclose its administrative earmarks, and cites a Heritage Foundation investigation as evidence. Cause of Action, an organization that uses public advocacy to ensure transparency in government, announced its suit last week.” […]
Read the full story here. Politico “The government accountability group Cause of Action is suing the Obama administration over the practice of ‘agency earmarks,’ alleging that the Office of Management and Budget is not complying with open records Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests about the practice. Agency earmarks, in […]
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