Empowering the Inspectors General, Hearing Before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, United States House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifteenth Congress, First Session, February 2, 2017   [open pdf - 1MB]

This is the hearing compilation for the February 2, 2017 hearing "Empowering the Inspectors General" before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. From the statement of Michael E. Horowitz: "Inspectors General also investigate allegations of administrative or criminal misconduct by federal employees, grantees, and contractors. In FY 2015, the OIGs' [Office of the Inspectors General] investigative work resulted in 5,553 successful criminal prosecutions, 1,861 successful civil actions, 7,244 suspensions and debarments, and 4,501 personnel actions. In addition to identifying wasteful spending, criminal activity, and employee misconduct, OIGs issue recommendations that address fundamental issues of agency management that we have identified in our audits and reviews. We very much appreciate the Committee's interest in these open recommendations through your request to us each year for information about them. As you are aware, there are thousands of open OIG recommendations that address the effective and 3 efficient operations of the agencies we oversee, and we will continue to press for their prompt implementation." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Michael E. Horowitz, Kathy A. Buller, Scott S. Dahl, and John Roth.

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