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Designated Federal Entities: Survey of Governance Practices and the Inspector General Role
Jeanette M. Franzel (au)
For entities that rely on others for funding, effective governance, accountability, and internal control are keys to maintaining trust and credibility. In recent years, corporate governance and accountability have received increased scrutiny and emphasis in the nonprofit, fed. govít., and public company sectors. Governance and accountability problems have also been identified at Designated Federal Entities (DFE) such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Legal Services Corp., and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. This report describes: (1) the statutory structure of the governing bodies for each DFE organization; and (2) the role of the Inspectors General (IGs) in the governance structure. Charts and tables.
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