How are government actions affecting access to
reliable, domestic sources of energy?
Which special interests are pushing the proposals across the government to target domestic energy producers with heavy regulations, and which government officials are involved?
What did activists say to the Securities and Exchange Commission as the agency implemented its plan to require public companies to include “climate-related disclosures” in their disclosures?
What factors are government officials considering as they implement plans to restrict energy leases on federal lands?
What explains the apparent dysfunction of calling on hostile foreign governments to increase energy supplies while taking actions that limit our domestic sources?
What We're Doing
Neutered final report scrubs evidence of climate radicalism at Department of the Interior. June 23, 2023 (Washington, DC) – Interior Secretary Haaland was completely out
FGI files suit to discover if politics played a role July 7, 2022 (Washington, DC) – Today, the Functional Government Initiative (FGI) announced transparency litigation
Dysfunctional energy policy could be driving Americans’ pain at the pump May 13, 2022 (Washington, DC) – Yesterday, the Department of the Interior announced it
Functional Government Initiative: ‘Nothing of substance has been done’ about high gas prices in North Carolina
By David Hutton (Cabarrus Today) April 18, 2022 The Biden administration’s latest move concerning high gas prices has been to invoke the Defense Production Act,
By John Kelly (Houston Daily) April 18, 2022 The Biden administration’s latest decision pertaining to high gas prices has been to invoke the Defense Production
‘Energy prices are crushing the American dream’: Functional Government Initiative discontent with Biden’s handling of high prices at Wisconsin’s pumps
By Andy Nghiem (Northwoods Reporter) April 18, 2022 The Functional Government Initiative (FGI) is questioning the motives behind the Biden administration’s latest actions to address