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Inspector General Reports

Report Datesort ascending Agency Reviewed / Investigated Title Type Location
07/27/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Oversight by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac of Compliance with Forbearance Requirements Under the CARES Act and Implementing Guidance by Mortgage Servicers Other US
07/21/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Compliance Review of the Agency's Maintenance of Vehicle Use Logs and Training its Employees on Vehicle Use Review Agency-Wide
07/14/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Risk Assessment of FHFA’s Government Purchase Card and Travel Card Programs July 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020 Other Agency-Wide
05/20/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Nineteenth Semiannual Report to the Congress Semiannual Report Agency-Wide
05/19/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Summary of Administrative Inquiry: The Office of Inspector General’s Review of a Hotline Complaint Alleging Improper Hiring of a Student Intern and Unauthorized Creation of Hiring Authorities Other US
03/30/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency FHFA Cannot Assure that All Electronic Media Approved for Destruction in October 2018 Was Destroyed, and it Continues to Lack Adequate Controls over Electronic Media Targeted for Disposal Audit Agency-Wide
03/30/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency FHFA Faces a Formidable Challenge: Remediating the Chronic and Pervasive Deficiencies in its Supervision Program Prior to Ending the Conservatorships of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Other US
03/26/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency FHFA Needs to Strengthen Controls Over its Records Management Program to Comply with OMB and NARA Requirements Audit Agency-Wide
03/26/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency For Fiscal Year 2019, FHFA Did Not Always Follow its Policy for Employee Reimbursements and Stipends; FHFA’s Practice for Calculating Employee Travel Stipends Was Not Stated in its Policy Nor Consistently Followed Audit Agency-Wide
03/25/2020 Federal Housing Finance Agency Despite FHFA’s Recognition of Significant Risks Associated with Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s High-Risk Models, its Examination of Those Models Over a Six Year Period Has Been Neither Rigorous nor Timely Inspection / Evaluation US

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