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DHS OIG Investigates the Deaths of Three Foreign Nationals

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) has reported its findings following investigations into the deaths of three foreign nationals. DHS...

OIG Finds Contract Management Shortcomings at ICE

The Office of Inspector General has found shortcomings in contract management at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). OIG conducted the audit in response...

OIG Finds DHS Information Security Program Effective But Notes Deficiencies

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued an unclassified statement regarding its classified work on DHS’s...

OIG: Census Bureau’s Mishandling of a January 2020 Cybersecurity Incident Demonstrated Opportunities for Improvement

Beginning on January 11, 2020, servers operated by the U.S. Census Bureau (the Bureau) were attacked using a publicly available exploit. The purpose of...

OIG Finds Some Progress at State Department in Management of IT Investments

OIG found that IRM took some actions to address four open recommendations, but further improvements are needed to fully address the 2016 audit findings.

OIG Finds TSA Did Not Assess Explosives Detection Canine Team Program for Surface Transportation Security

OIG reports that TSA has developed a deployment strategy based on risk for its explosives detection canine teams to airports, however there is no such strategy for surface transportation.

OIG: CBP Must Improve Aviation Fleet Acquisition Management

A new report from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) says continued oversight and effective guidance is required to prevent aviation acquisitions taking longer to deliver, at a greater cost, and without needed capabilities.

OIG: COVID-19 Support Presents Oversight Challenges for Transportation

COVID-19 has impacted the U.S. transportation industry in myriad ways, and DOT agencies have moved quickly to release the over $106 billion that Congress provided to help workers, families, and businesses deal with the pandemic.
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