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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
07/07/2021 Architect of the Capitol Suspected Violations of the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) Administrative Leave Uses and Update to the Administration of Leave During COVID-19: Not Substantiated; Suspected Violation of the AOC Standards of Conduct Policy: Not Substantiated Investigation DC, US
07/06/2021 Department of Labor DOL-OIG Investigations Newsletter Vol. 34 Investigation Agency-Wide
07/06/2021 Department of Justice Findings of Misconduct by a then FBI Special Agent in Charge and two then FBI Assistant Special Agents in Charge for Their Roles in an Unauthorized $2 Million Purchase of Intellectual Property Related to a Classified Undercover Operation and Related Misconduct Investigation Agency-Wide
07/02/2021 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Romanian National Co-Defendant Pleads Guilty for His Role in A Conspiracy to Steal Checks Intended for Religious Institutions Investigation MD, US
07/01/2021 Department of the Interior Alleged Improper Hiring at the National Park Service Investigation US
07/01/2021 Office of Personnel Management Investigative Activities Quarterly Case Summary FY 2021 Q2 Investigation Agency-Wide
06/30/2021 AmeriCorps DOJ Press Release: Hawaiian Non-Profit Executive Sentenced to 46 Months of Imprisonment for Embezzling Over $500,000 from AmeriCorps and for Agreeing to Receive a Bribe for Approving $845,000 in CARES Act Grants Investigation Agency-Wide
06/30/2021 AmeriCorps DOJ Press Release: Hawaiian Non-Profit Executive Sentenced to 46 Months of Imprisonment for Embezzling Over $500,000 from AmeriCorps and for Agreeing to Receive a Bribe for Approving $845,000 in CARES Act Grants Investigation Agency-Wide
06/30/2021 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Fifth Employee in Cash Flow Partners’ Bank Fraud Conspiracy Admits Role in Multimillion-Dollar Loan Scheme Investigation NJ, US
06/29/2021 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Romanian National Pleads Guilty for His Role in a Conspiracy to Steal Over 2,000 Checks Intended for Religious Institutions Investigation MD, US

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