Phil Mattingly is a White House correspondent for Bloomberg Television, covering the administration's work on economic, foreign and legal policy.
Mattingly joined Bloomberg as a reporter for Bloomberg News in 2010. He is a regular contributor to Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Television's "Political Capital with Al Hunt."
As an award-winning journalist, Mattingly has covered Congress, economics and finance policy, politics, the Justice Department and Washington's lobbying industry. He led coverage of the federal response to the financial crisis, the legislative, lobbying and legal battles that followed and contributed to coverage of presidential and congressional campaigns.
Mattingly has secured exclusive interviews with top Washington power players including Attorney General Eric Holder, Labor Secretary Tom Perez and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, as well as a series of senior administration, congressional and business officials.
He won a Society of American Business Editors and Writers award for Breaking News during the congressional battle over the 2010 financial reform law. He was also a finalist for the 2012 Scripps Howard award for Distinguished Service to the First Amendment for an in-depth look at the Obama administration's national security secrecy and its legal crackdown on government whistle-blowers. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Mattingly was an economics and finance reporter at Congressional Quarterly.
Mattingly has also been a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellow and received a business journalism fellowship at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Ohio State University, where he was a scholar varsity athlete, and Boston University where he earned his master’s degree in journalism.