I'm a bleeding-heart liberal who spends a lot of time rubbing elbows with die-hard conservatives. One thing that we have in common is that we abhor dishonesty and waste, and POGO does a phenomenal job of bringing BAD government to light and prompting improvements in a non-partisan manner.
POGO is a great organization which keeps an eye on the government.
POGO is a great institution which provides information on what the government is doing with our money. They conduct very thorough investigations and provide thoughtful analysis of the cases they investigate.
For over a decade, I have utilized the POGO website and newsletter to keep myself informed about threats to transparency and accountability in government, as well as POGO-led initiatives to fight governmental corruption and misconduct. I appreciate POGO’s nonpartisan and evidence-based approach, and the integrity of the POGO staff. Based on POGO’s strong track record, I have great faith in the organization’s ability to foster accountability in government for years to come.
I look forward to my weekly POGO in review. It is very reassuring to know these hard working people are watching out for all of us every day. Where would we be without them?
Pogo continues to impress us with their boundless research into government waste and boondoggles. They deserve all the financial help they can get.
As a researcher of stories that appear questionable, my life has been turned upside down with the physical, mental and social harassment by unknown individuals who are either working with government agencies or back-channel groups planning to use the citizens of this country to promote their own agendas. If your agency really is able to stop the impending genocide of so many human lives, contact people who still have some ability to contact the outside world and share information. My days on the internet are numbered and I will be unable to stay involved. "StopTheCrime.net" is one of the best resources from which you can obtain the most current "documented" evidence of crimes against humanity and the environment. I would like to show my appreciation for your hard work and dedication to the cause, though, and know that without groups like yours, our lost rights and freedoms would have come much sooner. God bless all of your staff and reporters.
I’ve managed not for profits and am impressed with this one. Integrity is the word that comes to mind.
I appreciate always being able to count on POGO's commitment to truthful information and follow-through with full-out integrity.
Although I have read other articles by him, the recent expose that David Hilzenrath wrote regarding the Interior Department’s proposed rewriting of the federal drilling safety standards stands out as among his very best. In it he describes the backhanded methods used by the Department to procure the safety standards as written by the American Petroleum Industry such as charging for reading the proposed rule changes that should, but don’t, appear in the Federal Register.
It obviously took an inordinate amount of research for Mr. Hilzenrath to write such an article which I so much appreciated for its thoroughness and ease of reading. He, and POGO, deserve high acclaim for works such as this one to be produced
Louis Mark, M.D.
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
As I have watched, agape, the rising fortunes of the Pentagon and the private businesses that contract with it, I am endlessly grateful that The Project on Government Oversight exists.
After a week of learning about one or another egregious acts of chicanery by this unholy alliance, reading POGO's weekly report on Saturday always puts my mind to rest; I hope people of this country know what a valuable watchdog we have working on our behalf!
The talent that has amassed under POGO's banner is topnotch and incredibly even-handed, and we in this country can all sleep more soundly knowing that POGO is on the job.
I am a retired military veteran and have seen waste in the Department of Defense increase from misuse by active duty personnel to what it is today an institution that provides unearned income to DOD contractors supplying sub-quality products. I donate to POGO because they expose the corruption and provide valid information which I site when asking my Congressional members to review the waste and take steps which truly represent constituents desires. Of late their responses have been slow or none. The other use I put POGO reports is to determine my voting choices toward ending the abuse of our Constitution and restoration of citizens rights.
When I want up to date, reliable and accurate information on any area of government my first “go to” is Project on Government Oversite.
POGO was recommended to me by our local Mayor several years ago and I have yet to find a site that covers so many areas of government in such an unbiased and well written manner.
I receive dozens of political emails per day and many end up unopened in the wastebasket. POGO is one source I always open and read top to bottom. This is a group that provides vital information in the fight against government waste and corruption on both sides of the aisle. Nonpartisan fact-based reporting at its finest. I love POGO and I depend on them to clear the murky water of partisan spin. From exposing federal contractor misconduct resulting in $18.7 billion in penalties, to the on-going trainings of congressional staff to conduct oversight investigations, POGO is making concrete, on-the-ground changes in our political system. POGO is also an advocate for whistleblowers to tell the truth about military abuses in war torn Afghanistan, and uncovering conflicts of interest at the FDA with the Yaz and Yasmin birth control pills which caused fatal blood clots. Go POGO!!!
Danielle and Rep Cummings maybe the only remaining individuals that continue the Legacy of John Dingell ( and his ilk such as Henry Waxman and Jack Brooks) that fought abuses of power in the corporate world as well as government on a bi-partisan basis. POGO uses its meager resources to uncover corruption that currently is rampant in and out of government. Like Dingell, they fight for people not power.
I love POGO because they give us the truth about our government. All statements from politicians, Democrats and Republicans alike, are political and mostly driven by their desire to get re-elected and support their sponsors. A typical example that I have been tracking for a long time is the F35 project which is a total disaster in terms of cost/benefit. It should have been canceled long ago, but congress keeps it going because every district benefits from the funding by the Military Industrial Complex. This is a total waste and has nothing to do with keeping America safe. The US Government is corrupt!
My inbox is swamped these days with politicians telling us how nasty the 'other side' is. It's all just obfuscation and spin and ends up giving us the crap and clueless behavior that leads to a seventeen trillion dollar deficit.
I look forward to POGO's posts because they tell me straight. I lookforward to seeing how they grow with our support.
So far they have always been accurate in every detail in each of there reports I have desired too read. I think they are one of the most reliable news sources I have available to me.