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More staff and bigger budgets for federal watchdogs will save billions, IGs tell Senate panel

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Federal inspectors general told Congress they could save taxpayers billions of dollars if they had bigger staffs to investigate waste, fraud and corruption. “Potential savings represent about a $17 return on every dollar invested in the IGs,” Peggy Gustafson, inspector general of the Small Business Administration, said earlier this week at a hearing before the Senate Subcommittee on the...

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