"According to [...] the Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group, Obria’s 2019 Title X application shows per-patient costs ranging from $292 to $970."
"Daniel Stevens, executive director of the Campaign for Accountability, a Washington-based government watchdog group, said the new disclosures indicate the redactions made by the Trump administration in documents it provided to Public Integrity were unfounded."
Tucker Carlson: Heritage Foundation, Other Koch-Funded Groups Carrying Water For Big Tech’s Left-Wing Agenda
"The Fox News host brought up a recently obtained report from the Campaign for Accountability showing how 'conservative organizations in DC have colluded with Big Tech to shield left-wing monopolies from any oversight at all.'"
"The complaint is the third to be filed against Iowa Values following the AP’s story. A group called the Campaign for Accountability [...] filed a complaint last week along similar lines."
Norfolk and Hampton foster care programs have steered work to company with personal ties to city officials
"'Virginians need to have confidence that their public officials are working for what’s in the best interest of the public,' said Daniel Stevens, executive director of Campaign for Accountability, a nonpartisan government watchdog organization based in Washington, D.C. 'These situations should be investigated, and the city governments should put in place procedures to ensure that the work is awarded to the most qualified candidates, not the candidates with the best connections.'"
"The Campaign for Accountability says HHS should review the Title X family planning grant application of the Obria Group, a California-based health organization that opposes abortion as well as condoms and all other forms of contraception other than natural family planning methods."
"The nonprofit Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked the FEC in a letter to investigate the campaign’s ties to Iowa Values, a 501 (c)(4) allegedly working with Ernst to help reelect her to the Senate."
"Daniel Stevens, executive director for the nonpartisan Campaign for Accountability, said in a phone interview that Lankford is unlikely to improve an already problematic committee."
"An investigation by the Campaign for Accountability, a not-for-profit watchdog group, found that Obria’s quest to win grant money from HHS was supported by political appointees at the department, including Diane Foley, who is in charge of title X funding."
"The report from the Campaign for Accountability (CfA) found that Trump-appointed officials, including the director of boards and admissions at HHS’ Office of the White House Liaison, collaborated with Obria Medical Clinics officials to help the group secure grant money."