DeVos' financial interest in a company that targets kids with neurological disorders, while overseeing accountability, creates a conflict of interest.
With recent news of efforts at DHS and Education to frustrate acting IG investigations, concern about the high number of vacancies is real and growing.
The report does not clarify how Secretary DeVos divested from those 24 assets, and if she did so in the period required by her ethics agreement.
Still facing an Inspector General investigation, Robert Shireman is now facing questions about the terms of a deal he made with the Department of Education.
A bureaucrat embroiled in Wall Street’s efforts to influence education policy has made a return to DC.
Starting in 2010, the White House required some agencies to create biannual open government plans. We're tracking compliance.
Despite evidence suggesting improper communications with opponents of gainful employment regulations, the report concluded no one at the Education Department did anything wrong.
What is Morgan Stanley trying to hide by asking a 3rd party host to remove this document from the web?
Americans should wonder whether DOE’s regulatory process was co-opted by investors with private financial interests.
Reports that DOE has sent the controversial "gainful employment" regulations to OMB for final review raise serious questions
Education claimed to have produced all records of efforts by Wall Street investors to influence regulation of the for-profit education industry. But there's more.