Executive Director, Project on Government Oversight
Danielle Brian is the Executive Director of the Project On Government Oversight (POGO). Under her leadership, the organization has grown from two employees and a budget in the thousands of dollars in 1993 to an organization with over forty staff and a budget of six million.
Danielle Brian is an expert in government accountability and transparency issues. She is able to speak to the importance of oversight of the presidential transition process, and in particular, the role of whistleblowers, Congress, Inspectors General and others in ensuring that transition laws and procedures are followed.
POGO is a nonpartisan independent government watchdog whose investigations into corruption, misconduct, and conflicts of interest achieve a more effective, accountable and ethical federal government.
- “Progressives Press Biden to Limit Corporate Influence in Administration” in The New York Times
- “Meet the reformer: Danielle Brian, a dean of the watchdogs” in The Fulcrum
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