By Luke Rosiak | 02/27/14 05:24 AM
Officials in two Treasury Department bureaus fraudulently enriched themselves at taxpayer expense, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner. The assistant commissioner of the Bureau of Public Debt who supervised 108 employees in the bureau's West Virginia office “was...
By Kelly Cohen | 02/26/14 06:52 PM
Better safeguards are needed to protect personal information managed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to an inspector general's report. Even though the agency is required by federal law to have privacy protection procedures in place, EPA doesn't, according to the report....
By Kelly Cohen | 02/24/14 05:49 PM
Unnecessary conference spending at the Department of Commerce could have been avoided, a new agency inspector general report has found. The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership program spent an estimated $1.1 million at its 2012 annual conference...
By Michal Conger | 02/21/14 08:05 AM
Contractors and postal employees across the country have used government-issued Voyager credit cards to steal gas from the U.S. Postal Service, according to a series of reports by a postal watchdog.
By Lejla Sarcevic | 02/19/14 12:27 PM
A backlog of thousands of expired NASA contracts that have taken years to close out could be costing the space agency as much at $61 million, according to an audit from the agency's inspector general.
By Richard Pollock | 02/14/14 05:54 AM
Federal Reserve investigators want to know why renovation costs for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's headquarters building have soared to more than three times the original estimate, the Washington Examiner has learned.
By Logan Porter | 02/10/14 02:29 PM
A Haitian citizen living in Connecticut has been sentenced to two and a half years for his participation in a grand mortgage scheme defrauding private lenders and the federal government of more than $4 million, according to federal officials.
By Kelly Cohen | 02/06/14 12:55 PM
A new NASA information technology program worth $2.5 billion has "significant problems," the agency's inspector general has found.
By Kelly Cohen | 02/04/14 02:13 PM
Serious digital vulnerabilities continue to nag the federal government, according to a new report from the minority staff of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. “Weaknesses in the federal government's own cybersecurity have put at risk the electrical grid, our...
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