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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
04/02/2021 Corporation for National & Community Service DOJ Press Release: Wife of Hawaiian Non-Profit Executive Pleads Guilty Conspiring to Embezzle from AmeriCorps Investigation Agency-Wide
03/31/2021 Department of the Interior Alleged Misappropriation of Grant Funds by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Investigation Agency-Wide
03/31/2021 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Employee Terminated for not Reporting for His Assigned Shift and Unlawfully Entering the U.S. Capitol Building Investigation US
03/31/2021 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DOJ Press Release: Washington Man Pleads Guilty to $244 Million Ghost-Cattle Scam Investigation WA, US
03/30/2021 Department of the Interior Contractor Employees Pleaded Guilty to Clean Water Act and Oil Pollution Act Violations Investigation Agency-Wide
03/30/2021 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Employees Terminated for Accepting Gifts from Amtrak Contractor Investigation US
03/29/2021 Department of the Interior Land Transfers Approved Without Proper Authority Investigation Agency-Wide
03/29/2021 Architect of the Capitol Supervisory Employee 1: Suspected Violations of the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) “Standards of Conduct” and “Information Technology (IT) Resources and De Minimis Use” Policies and the “Information Technology Division Rules of Behavior” Policies: Substantiated. Supervisory Employee 2: Suspected Violations of the AOC “Standards of Conduct” and “IT Resources and De Minimis Use” Policies: Not Substantiated. Investigation DC, US
03/29/2021 Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation) Pharmacist Sentenced to Six Months in Prison in Health Care Fraud Scheme Investigation CA, US
03/26/2021 Corporation for National & Community Service DOJ Press Release: Hawaiian Non-Profit Executive Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Over $500,000 from AmeriCorps and Agreeing to Receive a Bribe for Administering CARES Act Grants Investigation Agency-Wide