With only 112 employees at the OIG dedicated to combating fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in District government programs and operations, there is a lot of oversight going on at OIG. This section features media highlights to help you keep track of all the OIG’s latest work and developments.

Top Three News Stories

  1. D.C. misused nearly $82 million meant to provide housing to the city’s poorest residents, IG says, By Marissa Lang (https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2021/10/01/dc-inspector-general-affordable-housing/)

  2. District employee charged with welfare fraud, trading cash and sex for benefits, By Peter Jamison and Clarence Williams (https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/dc-politics/district-employee-charged-with-welfare-fraud-trading-cash-and-sex-for-benefits/2019/03/13/701062ae-44df-11e9-8aab-95b8d80a1e4f_story.html)

  3. DC drinking water needs more monitoring for lead, audit finds, By Neal Augenstein (https://wtop.com/dc/2019/04/dc-drinking-water-needs-more-monitoring-for-lead-audit-finds/)