September 24, 2020


Whistleblower Disclosure Reveals Illegal and Improper Interference by Political Appointees at the United States Agency for Global Media


Government Accountability Project Clients to Testify Before House Foreign Affairs Committee


WASHINGTON—Today, Government Accountability Project is representing Amanda Bennett, Jamie Fly, and Grant Turner before the House Foreign Affairs Committee as it oversees the United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM).

The House Foreign Affairs Committee is conducting oversight of USAGM and U.S. international broadcasting efforts.

David Seide, of Counsel for Investigations at Government Accountability Project, stated:

“Our clients are here to tell Congress about mismanagement and wrongdoing at Voice of America (VOA), and its parent and sibling agencies.”

Contact: Andrew Harman, Communications Director
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (202) 457-0034 x156

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