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Inspectors General Council Unveils Online Database of Govt Audit Reports

The Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency has launched a website that serves as a searchable database of audit reports from offices of the inspector general across the federal government.

The Project On Government Oversight said Monday 64 of the 67 OIGs that publicly issue reports have agreed to upload searchable versions of their reports from fiscal years 2015 through 2017 to the Oversight.gov database.

The OIGs also pledged to make new reports available on the website whenever they post to their own online platforms.

Oversight.gov features data on the number of available reports by fiscal year; on how many recommendations the reports contain; and on potential savings estimated by IGs.

The website also includes a “Report Government Fraud, Waste and Abuse” button that currently leads to a list of contact details for all 73 OIGs.

CIGIE aims to update the whistleblower support feature to facilitate disclosures through Oversight.gov.

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