On April 22, 2016, The Intercept’s David Dayen published The Android Administration, exploring Google’s influence on government. The story relies on data compiled by Campaign for Accountability (CfA) for a forthcoming project that will document how Google has enjoyed unrivaled access to White House officials and has hired hundreds of “revolving door” employees.
On April 5, 2016, CfA called on the Department of Defense's Inspector General to investigate Secretary Ashton Carter for the misuse of his private email account.
Campaign for Accountability Requests Investigation of Sheldon Adelson and Las Vegas Sands’ Ties to Chinese Organized Crime
On November 3, 2015, CfA asked the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and the Federal Election Commission to investigate Sheldon Adelson and the Las Vegas Sands Corporation’s ties to Chinese organized crime in its Macau operations and determine whether illegally laundered foreign funds are making their way into the campaign coffers of American politicians.
On November 2, 2015, CfA released a new report, Academic Deception, exposing the payday lending industry’s efforts to produce so-called “academic research” to promote its agenda.