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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 descending Agency Reviewed / Investigated Title Type Location
07/11/2016 Department of the Interior Investigation of FWS’ Mexican Gray Wolf Program Investigation US
07/12/2016 Department of the Interior Investigation of Former Kentucky State Inspector and Former State Representative for Bribery Allegations Investigation KY, US
07/13/2016 Department of Labor Investigative Summary: OSHA Compliance Officer Improperly Released Confidential Materials and Violated Ethics Rules Investigation Agency-Wide
07/21/2016 Department of Homeland Security Investigation of Alleged AUO Misuse and Falsification of Timesheets at CBP Internal Affairs, Credibility Assessment Div. (OSC File # DI-14-2511) Investigation US
07/24/2016 Department of the Interior Investigation of allegations of law enforcement misconduct by Grand Canyon National Park Rangers Investigation US
07/25/2016 Department of the Interior Investigation of Suspected False Gas Production Investigation OK, US
07/26/2016 AmeriCorps Allegations of Abortion-Related Prohibited Activity (Unfounded) Investigation US
07/26/2016 AmeriCorps Allegations of Prohibited Activity – Using Federal Funds for Needle Exchange Program (Unfounded) Investigation NM, US
07/28/2016 Department of the Interior Investigation of Reprisal Allegations at FWS Region 5 Fisheries Program Investigation US
07/28/2016 Department of Justice Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by an AUSA for Failing to Declare Items and Pay Customs Duties Upon Reentry Into the U.S. From International Travel Investigation

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