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GAO Update on FBI Facial Recognition Technology: Questions Remain Over Accuracy and Privacy

The Federal Bureau of Investigation's face recognition office can now search databases with more than 641 million photos, including 21 state databases.

OIG Tells DHS to Improve Insider Threat Program Before Expanding Further

The Department of Homeland Security’s insider watchdog says there must be more action to ensure its Insider Threat Program doesn’t violate employees’ rights as well as other policy and procedural improvements before continuing the program’s planned expansion.

Crisis at the Border? DHS OIG Warns of Dangerous Overcrowding at Border Facilities

Some of the detainees at the El Paso Del Norte Processing Center had been held in standing-room-only conditions for days or weeks, often in soiled clothing for the duration.

GAO Wants More Safeguards to Secure 2020 Census

The Constitutionally-mandated U.S. Census provides vital information, but a Government Accountability Office report published May 31, finds that the 2020 Census also involves some risks.

GAO Tells Coast Guard and DOD to Improve Racial and Gender Disparities Reporting

A Government Accountability Office (GAO) investigation into racial or gender disparities in the military justice system found that Blacks, Hispanics, and males were more likely than Whites or females to be tried in general and special courts-martial in all military services.

OIG: DHS Failed to Comply with Improper Payments Act in Fiscal 2018

An Office of the Inspector General enquiry has found that the Department of Homeland Security did not comply with the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act of 2010 (IPERA) in fiscal 2018 because the Department did not meet two of the six requirements.

GAO Reviews Presidential Protection Following ‘Catastrophic Failure of Training’

The Secret Service has not met the recommended training target and lacks a plan for achieving it. In fiscal year 2018, special agents assigned to these divisions trained for about 6 percent and 3 percent, respectively, of their regular work hours.

GAO Calls Out Continuing Oversight Faults in SBA Women’s Program

The Small Business Administration has not addressed WOSB program oversight deficiencies and recommendations in GAO's 2014 report.
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