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GAP Applauds DOE Worker Health & Safety Rule

February 02, 2006
Third Attempt Finally Institutes Reform

The Department of Energy (DOE) has just completed a rule that, for the first time in 65 years, will make worker health and safety requirements enforceable at DOE nuclear and non-nuclear facilities, and using new authority granted by Congress, will be able to increase contractor accountability through fines of up to $70,000 per day per violation.

Marcia Angell, Other Experts Join GAP Drug Fact Squad

January 10, 2006

High Interest from Physicians and Media Sparks Update

The Government Accountability Project (GAP), after great response from members of the media and medical industry, has updated its drug “Fact Squad” list of medical professionals that serves as an independent resource for journalists and policymakers seeking straightforward information on drug safety. Five renowned experts who work to serve the public interest have been added. 

U.N. Issues Groundbreaking Whistleblower Policy

December 20, 2005

U.N. Issues Groundbreaking Whistleblower Policy
GAP Consulted on Landmark Policy for International Bodies

GAP Creates Drug Fact Squad

December 09, 2005

(Washington, DC) – The Government Accountability Project (GAP) has created a drug "Fact Squad” to serve as an independent resource for journalists seeking straightforward information on drug safety. The "Fact Squad” is composed of a list of experts on prescription drugs, pharmaceutical companies, and the government agency that regulates them. The experts on our "Fact Squad” are individuals who work to serve the public interest. 

Russian Environmentalists to Visit Hanford

December 02, 2005

Congressionally Funded Week-Long Tour Includes Visits with Washington State Officials 

(Washington, DC) – Next week, the Government Accountability Project is hosting four prominent Russian environmentalists on a week-long visit to Washington state that will include numerous meetings with state officials and a tour of Hanford's bulk vitrification test site. The group will be in the state from Sunday, December 4 through Saturday, December 10. 

Federal Report Details Hanford Plant Mismanagement

December 01, 2005

Vitrification Plant Costs to Rise by $4 Billion, Completion Delayed by 4 Years 

GAP Praises New MDB Whistleblower Policy

November 17, 2005
Senators Lugar & Leahy Win "Best Practices” Mandate for Banks

U.N. to Release Updated Whistleblower Policy

October 28, 2005

(Washington, DC) – The Government Accountability Project has learned that the United Nations is expected to release a new whistleblower protection policy for its staff in the next few days, with a possibility of release later tonight, October 28. This policy has been many months in the making, with an original draft being released for employee review and comment last March. 

Government Drops Corrupt Mental-Illness Drug Program

October 24, 2005

GAP Client Allen Jones Vindicated After Years of Voicing Concerns of Financial Corruption 


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