Project On Government Oversight

Jul 28

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“The next time a leak occurs, the national security state’s defenders should blame themselves for failing to bring about a system that can adequately police itself. If their historical and recent track record weren’t so dismal they’d have more legitimacy.” —

Why Intelligence Whistleblowers Can’t Use Internal Channels

“The F-35 “will be too small to serve as an effective bomber, not maneuverable enough for aerial dogfights and too fast and vulnerable to do well at supporting troops on the ground.”” —

William Hartung of the Center for International Policy in a new editorial from the New York Times about the problems plaguing the F-35.

Read more.

See our report on fear and retaliation at the VA

See our report on fear and retaliation at the VA

Jul 25

“Magic Helmet” for F-35 ready for delivery -

Jul 24

Documents detail VA mistreatment of vets -

Whistleblowers 'Hung Out to Dry' -

Jul 23

Stars may be aligning for transparency legislation -

Jul 21

Report: Retaliation by Supervisors Common at VA -

aotus:

ISOO Report to the President
The Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), established in 1978, is responsible to the President for overseeing the Government-wide security classification program, and receives policy and program guidance from the National Security Council.  ISOO has been part of the National Archives and Records Administration since 1995.  You can learn more about ISOO at www.archives.gov/isoo
The 34th Annual Report to the President covering 2013 was released earlier this month.
Read the full post on the AOTUS blog.

aotus:

ISOO Report to the President

The Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), established in 1978, is responsible to the President for overseeing the Government-wide security classification program, and receives policy and program guidance from the National Security Council.  ISOO has been part of the National Archives and Records Administration since 1995.  You can learn more about ISOO at www.archives.gov/isoo

The 34th Annual Report to the President covering 2013 was released earlier this month.

Read the full post on the AOTUS blog.