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Meet Government Accountability Project’s Summer Interns – Part 1

Meet Government Accountability Project’s Summer Interns – Part 1 By Sydney Johnson Every summer, Government Accountability Project hosts interns in departments across the organization. This summer, we are featuring our interns on our blog to learn more about their work and what drives their interest in whistleblowers, legislation, and [...]

August 7th, 2023|Categories: Activism, Blog, Whistleblower Rights|

Miles Taylor Honors Whistleblowers in Compelling New Podcast, The Whistleblowers: Inside The Trump Administration

On July 17, 2023 at the E Street Cinema in Washington, DC, Best Case Studios and iHeart Podcasts premiered the seventh episode of Miles Taylor’s new podcast “The Whistleblowers: Inside The Trump Administration.”

Government Accountability Project Welcomes Latin America and Caribbean Delegation Through Department of State Visitor Program

Government Accountability Project Welcomes Latin America and Caribbean Delegation Through Department of State Visitor Program By: Sydney Johnson   On June 6, 2023, Government Accountability Project hosted representatives from 11 countries from Latin America and the Caribbean who are part of the International Visitors Leadership Program with the United [...]

Dana Gold Sits Down with Whistleblower on Admissible Podcast

Evidence is a key building block of our justice system. In our modern world, DNA and biological evidence is as irrefutable as science itself. However, what happens when it is flawed, disputed, or even manipulated? What happens when you are the person standing in the face of false evidence and calling out the truth?

April 13th, 2023|Categories: Blog, Department of Justice, Whistleblower Rights|

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 3

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 3 By: Sydney Johnson The first two letters from the FBS agent go into the economic hardships, internal enemies, deteriorating support and health of the Russian population, and the panic of failed military plans­. In the first [...]

March 8th, 2023|Categories: Blog, International, Transparency, Ukraine|

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 2

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 2  By: Sydney Johnson    In the agent’s second letter to Oschekin, there is more anxiety about the war and the Kremlin’s strategy. People in the special services who work on field operations are no longer allowed [...]

March 1st, 2023|Categories: Activism, Blog, Corruption, International, Ukraine|

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 1

Anonymous Russian FSB Letters Reveal Internal Turmoil in the Kremlin – Part 1  By: Sydney Johnson  One year ago today, on February 24, the Russian military launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, escalating the Russo-Ukraine conflict to war.  Very few individuals have come forward with information about the war [...]

February 24th, 2023|Categories: Activism, Blog, Corruption, Ukraine, Ukraine Whistleblower|

Our Top 5 of 2022

Our Top 5 of 2022 2022 was a record year! At Government Accountability Project, we were hard at work protecting whistleblowers and helping bring their disclosures to light. As one year ends and the next begins, we want to look back and reflect upon our best work and most [...]

Notes From Underground: Season’s Greetings! Pipelines Leak! We Need Accountable Energy!

Notes From Underground: Season’s Greetings! Pipelines Leak! We Need Accountable Energy! By Adam Arnold, Environmental Counsel In 2022, we learned that humanity’s need for safe, reliable, accountable energy is still paramount. Or we should have – just like we should have in any of the forty or fifty years [...]

December 14th, 2022|Categories: Blog, Environment, Whistleblowers|

Whistleblowers and Corruption Prevention – You can’t have one without the other.

"Whistleblowers and Corruption Prevention – You can't have one without the other." Samantha Feinstein Highlights Importance of Whistleblowers at UN Anti-corruption event   By: Samantha Feinstein and Ian Herel  On October 11th, 2022, Samantha Feinstein, Vice Chair of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Coalition, and International Program [...]

November 22nd, 2022|Categories: Blog, Corruption, International, Transparency, United Nations, Whistleblower Rights|

Vote for Government Accountability Project as one of CREDO Mobile’s November Grant Recipients!

Vote for Government Accountability Project as one of CREDO Mobile’s November Grant Recipients! This is the moment of truth for whistleblower—truthtellers who risk their careers and even their lives to challenge fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption. At Government Accountability Project, we have seen first-hand how employees of conscience make [...]

An Interview with Dawn Wooten

An Interview with Dawn Wooten By Ian Herel Dawn Wooten's revelations of criminal medical-malpractice at the Irwin County Detention Center (ICDC) incited public outcries for reform and justice in immigration. For her courageous action, Dawn was presented with the Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award at the National Press [...]

October 3rd, 2022|Categories: Blog, Dawn Wooten, ICE Detention, Immigration|

The Inflation Reduction Act: A Mixed Bag

The Inflation Reduction Act: A Mixed Bag By Adam Arnold, Environmental Counsel The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is undeniably the most substantial piece of climate legislation in US history. But is this a back-handed compliment, given the dearth of other substantial legislation on the world’s most pressing crisis? The [...]

The Concrete Wall of Silence

The Concrete Wall of Silence Written by Rick Parks To learn more about our work with Rick Parks, watch "Meltdown: Three Mile Island" on Netflix, and check out our page here.             Recently, the American Nuclear Society published a one-hour long video of an interview with Lake Barrett, an [...]

September 2nd, 2022|Categories: Blog, Meltdown, Nuclear Regulation|

Looking Back at the Past to Protect the Future: Lessons from Meltdown: Three Mile Island

Looking Back at the Past to Protect the Future: Lessons from Meltdown: Three Mile Island Temperatures in Waco, Texas hit 108 degrees Fahrenheit this year, shattering the previous record of 104 degrees reached in 1917, 1935 and 1978. This case is not an isolated event; in fact, 92 all-time [...]

July 27th, 2022|Categories: Blog, Climate Science, Energy, Environment, Meltdown, Nuclear Regulation|

Nuclear Whistleblowers Protected the Public from Disaster. Now We Must Protect their Right to Speak Up.

Nuclear Whistleblowers Protected the Public from Disaster. Now We Must Protect their Right to Speak Up. A new Netflix documentary released this spring, Meltdown: Three Mile Island, traced how brazen nuclear safety violations in the Three Mile Island (TMI) cleanup threatened a full meltdown that would’ve taken out the East [...]

June 23rd, 2022|Categories: Blog, Energy, Environment, Meltdown, Whistleblower Rights|