Cutting Out Corruption By Cutting Pay for Federal Execs

In 2016, a small agency within the U.S. Department of Energy called the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA), which sells hydroelectric power generated at dams owned by the federal government to electric utilities in 15 western states, proved that it could compete with the biggest bureaucratic waste scandals in Washington D.C.
Phoenix’s ABC News affiliate broke the story:
ABC15 has learned that whistleblowers told federal investigations about outlandish spending within WAPA, especially involving government credit cards. A source said the fraud and waste reached millions of dollars in recent years.
In 2017, the Arizona Republic provided more details that they obtained from an

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