For decades, Government Accountability Project investigators have exposed corruption and kept both public and private organizations accountable to the law. Our full-time investigators have contributed to major publications on topics ranging from public health to national security and human rights.
The Government Accountability Project recognizes that whistleblowers do not only need support in the courtroom, but also guidance in sharing their stories with the public. In addition to working with our litigators, our team identifies, investigates, and exposes wrongdoing and corruption throughout the government and within corporations, both domestically and internationally. Our investigators allow whistleblowers to share their experiences with a larger audience and harness the power of public opinion to put pressure on public and private organizations to galvanize reform.
Government Accountability Project has published thousands of articles in hundreds of major news outlets in the last 40 years. Our investigative reporting has been featured in major publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and The Financial Times.
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