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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
01/04/2023 Department of Justice Report of Investigation Regarding the Circumstances Surrounding the Death of Inmate Jamel Floyd at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) Brooklyn Investigation Agency-Wide
01/05/2023 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Two Florida Men Plead Guilty in Health Care Fraud Investigation Involving Rural Hospitals Investigation FL, US
01/09/2023 Architect of the Capitol AOC Management Conducted Unfair Hiring Process Investigation DC, US
01/10/2023 Election Assistance Commission Summary of Investigation, Alleged Contract Fraud, EAC, DC Investigation Agency-Wide
01/10/2023 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) AMTRAK VENDOR FAILED TO PROTECT AND SECURE FUEL CARDS Investigation MA, US
01/10/2023 Department of Justice Investigative Summary: Findings of Misconduct by a State’s Attorney for Misuse of Federal Grant Funds and False Statements Investigation Agency-Wide
01/17/2023 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) TWO FLORIDA MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT WIRE FRAUD Investigation FL, US
01/17/2023 Architect of the Capitol Alleged Theft of Government Property by Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Employee Investigation DC, US
01/19/2023 Department of Defense Report of Investigation: Mr. Douglas A. Glenn, SES Investigation Agency-Wide
01/19/2023 Department of the Interior Allegations of Ethics Violations by Former DOI Secretary Were Not Substantiated Investigation Agency-Wide