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The Office of Government Ethics should investigate Mike Pence’s former chief of staff Marc Short for apparent violations of the Ethics in Government Act and OGE regulations by failing to file a termination public financial disclosure report when he left the White House in January 2021.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene threatened to retaliate against companies complying with insurrection House investigation.
CREW has submitted a comment to NARA encouraging a revision of their records appraisal policies and a commitment to reform that includes and accounts for the interests and viewpoints of “underserved communities.”
DOJ should investigate whether former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clark helped Trump in attempts to overturn the 2020 election.
Transparency is essential to holding the government accountable for their actions, and the power of the purse, which is key to creating stronger transparency throughout government, should not be ignored. Congress has the power to ensure that greater transparency is a requirement, not an option.
The Office of Government Ethics should make financial disclosure reporting more robust so that officials are more accountable to the public.