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Inspector General Investigations

Inspectors General conduct independent and objective criminal, civil, and administrative investigations related to the employees, programs, operations, grants, and contracts of their agencies.

Each year, these investigations help prevent, detect, and address waste, fraud, mismanagement, and abuse; form the basis of thousands of criminal and administrative actions; and result in billions of dollars of monetary recoveries.

Inspector General Investigations

Report Datesort ascending Agency Reviewed / Investigated Title Type Location
07/16/2019 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Delhi farmer pleads guilty to lying to various business and government entities to steal nearly $17 million Investigation LA, US
07/12/2019 Department of the Interior Oil and Gas Company Committed Mineral Trespass Violations Investigation US
07/10/2019 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Electrician Resigns for Conducting Side Jobs During Amtrak Shifts Investigation RI, US
07/09/2019 Architect of the Capitol Suspected Violation of the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Contracting Manual: Not Substantiated; Suspected Violation of Title 15, United States Code (U.S.C.) § 657, Commerce and Trade - Limitations on Subcontracting: Not Substantiated; and Suspected Violation of Title 5, U.S.C. § 5533, Government Organization and Employees – Dual Pay from More Than One Position: Not Substantiated Investigation Agency-Wide
07/09/2019 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Two Employees Terminated for Violation of Company Policy Investigation IL, US
07/08/2019 Architect of the Capitol Theft of Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Property: Substantiated Investigation Agency-Wide
07/08/2019 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Ohio Man Pleads Guilty To Bank And Wire Fraud Investigation KY, US
07/08/2019 Department of Labor OIG Investigations Newsletter Volume XXII: April 1 - May 31, 2019 Investigation Agency-Wide
07/08/2019 Department of Justice Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a DEA Group Supervisor for Actions Related to a Confidential Source Including Approving Payments to the Source without Proper Justification and Engaging in an Improper Personal Relationship; and by a DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Failing to Properly Supervise the Group Supervisor Investigation
07/05/2019 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Employee Resigns After Admission of Engaging in Outside Employment While on FMLA Leave Investigation IL, US