A Sleeping Watchdog at the VA

In Analysis by Michael Rae

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has a lot of problems. Perhaps the worst of which is the extent to which corruption has become institutionalized within the VA.
To guard against corruption, the U.S. government employs Inspector Generals to monitor operations throughout its various departments in order to identify inefficiencies and illegal activities on the part of government bureaucrats. But for that system to work, the government’s Offices of Inspector General (OIG) must be alert and diligent in performing their assigned responsibilities.
In Denver, Colorado, a number of VA whistleblowers have come forward to claim that their local OIG has been asleep

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