This tiny, wonky US government agency you’ve never heard of is battling Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest
In the News
January 13, 2017
You have heard of the FBI, and the DOJ—but do you know the OGE? The US Office of Government Ethics, created in 1978 in response to scandals within the Nixon administration, has fewer than 80 employees and, normally, has a low profile role as one of the necessary, yet unglamorous, bureaucratic agencies that keep the wheels of the executive branch of the US federal government turning.