Entity: General Services Administration

No Records Responses from GSA Regarding Travel Records

May 10, 2018
GSA stated that it had no records in response to our request for reports of senior officials' travel on government aircraft.

Court Rules in Favor of American Oversight in Trump Hotel Lawsuit

May 3, 2018
A federal court ruled in favor of American Oversight and eviscerated the Trump administration’s illegal and unprecedented efforts to conceal the Trump transition team’s communications about the Trump International Hotel.

DC District Court Opinion and Order on American Oversight v. GSA – Trump Hotel Communications

May 3, 2018
Opinion and order from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruling in favor of American Oversight in its lawsuit against the GSA, seeking documents including communications between GSA and the Trump transition team regarding the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC.

Records From GSA Containing Internal Communications About MyPillow

April 23, 2018
Records from GSA in response to our request for communications related to the contract modification that was given to a questionable company, MyPillow, following a White House event.

New Lawsuit Seeks Records of Trump Cabinet Air Travel on Government Jets

April 6, 2018
American Oversight today filed a lawsuit to uncover records of senior Trump administration officials’ use of taxpayer-funded travel on government-owned aircraft.

American Oversight v. DOD, GSA, and FAA – Travel on Government Planes

April 6, 2018
American Oversight filed a lawsuit against DOD, GSA, and FAA to uncover records of senior Trump administration officials’ use of taxpayer-funded travel on government-owned aircraft.

FOIA to Multiple Agencies Regarding Trump Appointees Accusing Career Staff of Disloyalty

March 29, 2018
Following reports that high-level Trump administration officials expressed concern about the “loyalty” of career civil servants at the State Department, and even explored ways to “purge” some of those career employees from their positions. American Oversight submitted this FOIA to determine whether similar conversations occurred at other agencies.

Complaint: American Oversight v. Multiple Agencies – Appointee Resumes

March 22, 2018
American Oversight sued 18 agencies in order to force the release of resumes for political appointees across the Trump administration. This is the second lawsuit that American Oversight has filed seeking appointee resumes. FOIA requests included in this complaint cover appointees who joined the administration in the time period follow the first sets of resumes we obtained in 2017.

New Lawsuit: How Much are Cabinet Officials Spending on Office Upgrades

March 14, 2018
After uncovering new details about office renovation expenses at HUD and the EPA, American Oversight filed a broad, multi-agency lawsuit to find out how much taxpayer money senior Trump administration officials – including Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross – have spent to upgrade their personal offices. 

Complaint: American Oversight v. Multiple Agencies – Office Renovation Expenses

March 14, 2018
Lawsuit filed by American Oversight against 16 federal agencies seeking records of expenditures made to upgrade or renovate the offices of senior political appointees.