Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) is recognized by the media as the leading source of information on government waste. Since our founding in 1984, CAGW has helped expose such high-profile symbols of federal profligacy as the Department of Defense's $640 toilet seat and $436 hammer and the National Park Service's $797,400 outhouse.
A big part of our success comes through tips - often anonymous - from Capitol Hill, federal agency employees, and other patriotic citizens who share our desire to expose wasteful spending.
CAGW wants to help you get the word out. Here are just a few examples of waste, fraud, and abuse that CAGW has exposed with the help of tips from citizens and government employees:
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