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EPA has no cost-savings definition or measure, IG reports

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Environmental Protection Agency officials will spend in excess of $8 billion this year, but they will apparently do so without a working definition of "savings/cost avoidances" or a way of calculating if they've achieved any," according to the agency's Inspector-General. "EPA does not have a policy describing what constitutes savings/cost avoidances and the methodology for calculating them,"...

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