2 edition of Inspectors general legislation found in the catalog.
Inspectors general legislation
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs.
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(th). A bill to strengthen Inspector General audits and investigations by streamlining computer matching agreements. Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. Inspectors General work on behalf of the American people to ensure that our government is open and accountable – and the President is grateful for their service.
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Inspectors General Guide to Compliance Under the DATA Act 1. INTRODUCTION This Inspectors General (IG) Guide to Compliance Under the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 1 (DATA Act) presents a common methodological and reporting approach for the IG community to use in performing its mandated work.
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One of the most significant post-Watergate reforms was the passage in of the Inspector General Act (IG Act), which has put in place 72 federal inspectors general to. In legislation accompanying their letter, they proposed prohibiting the early removal of inspectors general unless they violate rules or laws, are incapacitated, are credibly accused of.
GAO discussed H.R. which would establish statutory inspectors general (IG) at several agencies. GAO found that: (1) the Inspector General Act of established IG to combat fraud, waste, and abuse and to correct agency organizational and procedural deficiencies; (2) H.R.
would amend the act to establish IG in the Departments of Justice and the Treasury, and in the Federal. Government Accountability Office Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book) Inspector General Act ofas amended (P.L. ) Click Here for the full text of the Act. The Inspector General Act ofas amended, establishes the responsibilities and duties of an IG.
Section Title. [This Act may be cited as the ``Inspector General Reform Act of ´´. Sec. tment and Qualifications of Inspectors General. [Section 8G(c) of the Inspector General Act of (5 U.S.C. App.) is amended by adding at the end “Each Inspector General shall be appointed without regard to political affiliation and solely on the basis of integrity and demonstrated.
S. would amend the Inspector General Act of Specifically, the legislation would authorize the appropriation of $51 million over the period for the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE).
As the companion work to The Inspectors General of the United States Army,this volume continues the story of the Inspector General's Department and its corps of inspectors during the years from This book recounts how the inspectorate became one of the most consistent and important agents for change within the War Department, providing the analysis, much of the.
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