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- Government Accountability Project: Whistleblower Support: Whistleblowing, governmental wrongdoing and official misconduct.
- Government Purchasing Project: Dedicated to protecting the environment and human health through the effective use of purchasing power in addition to traditional advocacy. GPP works to encourage the government to use its immense purchasing power to promote safe, cost-effective, energy-efficient, and environmentally-sound products.
- AgainstAmerica: Forum for all people concerned discussing American imperialism, culture and injustice on the rest of the world
- Almanac of Policy Issues: Government Reform: Background information and links on government reform issues, including campaign finance reform, term limits, devolution, government performance (GPRA), and regulatory reform.
- America for Sale?: Site charges that "America and its laws are for sale to the highest bidder." Police, county, state, and government abuse stories and discussion.
- America's Survival, Inc.: Mission is to expose and educate the American people about the influence of global institutions, including an International Criminal Court, on their lives. Run by Cliff Kincaid.
- Argus: A `resource` dedicated to exposing corruption, civil rights violations, genocide, and other forms of political oppression around the world, by providing reviewed links to useful sources on abusive and dangerous authority.
- Better Government Association: Originally founded 75 years ago to fight the pernicious influence of Chicago's Capone mob. Today continues to investigate waste, fraud and corruption in politics and government.
- Big Brother: Argues that government control has increased at the expense of individual liberties in the US and the world at large.
- CIA Testing LSD on Citizens: Stansfield Turner's testimony at 1977 Senate Hearing on the subject of this agency using Lysergic Acid on unwitting subjects.
- Center for Governmental Studies: Non-profit, non-partisan organization that studies and helps implement innovative approaches to improving social problems and the processes of self-government in the areas of political reform, media and civic participation, and sustainable communities.
- Center for Public Integrity: Nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization in Washington, DC, that concentrates on ethics and public service issues.
- Center for Reform: Dedicated to educating and assisting the public in constructive citizenship, with a strong anti-government bent. Site features newsletters, reports, and essays on current issues.
- Common Cause: Citizens' lobbying `group` with 250,000 members nationwide devoted to making government more accountable and ethical at the national, state and local level. Widely regarded as the leading organization working for campaign finance reform.
- Computerworld: Watching Washington: News on government policies that affect information technology.
- ConfidentialWitness.org: A confidential, secure and anonymous website to report knowledge of ethical or legal transgressions (e.g. corruption/bribery/extortion) by the government and/or judges. A project of Judicial Watch.
- Congressional Accountability Project: Ralph Nader organization working against corruption in the US Congress by pushing for ethics violation investigations, increased transparency and other reforms.
- Federation of American Scientists: Topics covered include Arms Sales Monitoring, Biological Weapons, CyberStrategy, Intelligence Reform, Military Analysis, Monitoring Emerging Diseases, Nuclear Weapons, Secrecy and Government, and Space Policy. Site also has links to various Washington-based working groups.
- Going Postal: An Inside Look at the USPS: A story of four years of hell as a US Post Office letter carrier.
- How Congress Bypasses the People: Column using the Low Power FM issue to demonstrate how U.S. politicians maneuver against the public interest. By Ralph Nader.
- National Security Archive: Research institute and library that collects and publishes declassified documents acquired using the Freedom of Information Act.
- NoPolygraph.com: Documents polygraph false positive cases and provides information on FBI and other government agencies' polygraph policies. Features an active message board.
- Ombudsmen To Promote Government Integrity: Non-profit tax deductible organization devoted to correcting corruption in government through educating the public and investigative work.
- Opensecrets.org: The web site of the Center for Responsive Politics, a non-partisan, non-profit U.S. research `group` which tracks money in politics and its effect on elections and public policy. Aimed at creating a more educated voter, an involved citizenry, and a more responsive government.
- Postal Watch: A Virginia based not-for-profit organization formed to protect individuals and the small business community from intrusive and burdensome United States Postal Service regulations.
- Prime-Time Propaganda: The Clinton Administration has admitted to paying the television networks to give the government editorial control of television shows. Not a joke.
- Project on Government Oversight: A non-partisan non-profit government watchdog whose mission is to investigate, expose, and remedy abuses of power, mismanagement, and government subservience to special interests by the federal government.
- Public Dialogue and Citizens' Bureaux in Sweden: Like many other industrialized countries, Sweden is entering into a new society where the emphasis is increasingly put on the importance of knowledge for development. This has created a new climate for public administration.
- Public Governance and Management, OECD: Topics include regulatory reform, public sector budgeting and management, sustainable development, citizen participation in policymaking, and fighting corruption.
- Surveillance Enabling: Salon article supporting the view that U.S. agencies share with international policing community, what activists to watch out for, even when only misdemeanors occurred.
- The F.B.I (Fumbling Bumbling Idiots): Alleges that the FBI has been responsible for a "vast array of criminal actions, incompetence and arrogance that has leaked from nearly every department."
- The Memory Hole: Includes documents released under the US Freedom of Information Act that reveal government activities rarely reported by the mainstream media.
- The Problems of Not Having a TV in the UK.: An example of how people who do not have televisions are treated by the British Television Licensing Authority.
- The Taxpayer Assets Project: Founded by Ralph Nader in 1988 to monitor the management and sale of government property.
- The True Size of Government: Article discusses the actual size of the United States Federal workforce.
- Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse: Uses the Freedom of Information Act to acquire data and trends information on the enforcement activities of the federal government including the FBI, IRS, Immigration and Naturalization Service and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
- Transparency International: A non-governmental organisation dedicated to increasing government accountability and curbing corruption.
- USDOJ and Government Watch: Breaking news and issues on constitutional abuse by the US Department of Justice, INS and other government agencies.
- Why Were Government Propaganda Experts Working On News At CNN?: Reports in the Dutch newspaper Trouw and France's Intelligence Newsletter have revealed that several officers from the US Army's 4th Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) Group at Ft. Bragg worked in the news division at CNN's Atlanta headquarters last year, starting in the final days of the Kosovo War... A senior US official described OPD as a "vast psychological warfare operation of the kind the military conducts to influence a population in enemy territory."