An unnamed senior official at the Commerce Department is under fire for wasting government information technology resources by permitting unauthorized use of computing devices and remotely erasing a tablet device collected for forensic analysis, among other allegations.
The Veterans Benefits Administration didn't protect the benefits of hundreds of veterans who weren't able to manage their own affairs, according to a Veterans Affairs Department inspector general report.
Corruption within the Afghan government and a lack of reliable data have made it impossible to implement a long-term strategy for refugees, according to a new Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction audit.
Veterans Affairs Department medical centers are rooting out patient care problems at a slower rate than normal despite an increase in incidents and the Veterans Health Administration doesn't know why, according to a recently released Government Accountability Office report.
The Army Corps of Engineers paid more than $2 million for a half-built facility in Afghanistan that it has plans to complete, according to an Aug. 25 Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction report.
U.S. regulators overseeing a long-term initiative to modernize national air-traffic management have developed plans and activities to ensure the system is interoperable with other similar efforts around the world, but there isn't a process to routinely identify and address potential problems.
The Internal Revenue Service could better protect the rights of taxpayers who had property seized due to delinquent taxes, according to a recently released Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration report.
The Interior Department division that handles oversight of offshore drilling needs more full-time staff to review and respond to incidents, according to a recently released DOI Inspector General report.
The Postal Service doesn't know if its new program intended to improve customer experience at post offices is actually working, according to a USPS inspector general report.
The Internal Revenue Service is having trouble assisting identity fraud victims because of budget constraints imposed by Congress over the last few years, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.