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Inspectors General: Many Lack Essential Tools for Independence
Barry Leonard (ed)
Inspectors General (IG) offices inside the fed. govít. root out waste, fraud, and abuse and make govít. agencies function more effectively. When Congress created the IG system, particular attention was paid to ensuring that IGs would be independent by requiring them to report both to their agency heads and to their respective oversight committees in Congress. This survey shows that many elements come into play when assessing the independence of IGs, including: IG Candidate Selection; Budget Line Items and Authority; Staffing and Spending Authority; In-House Counsel; Ease of Website Access and Use; and Unfettered Investigative Authority. This report includes recommendations to improve the situation.
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