According to the IG’s annual report to Congress, GSA’s Office of Inspector General could possibly save taxpayers $1.3 billion in 2015 if they adopt their recommendations.
The report, released on Nov. 30, chronicles the OIG’s actions from April 1 to Sept. 30, including audits, investigations and fund recoveries. It also identified $135 million in criminal and civil recovery for the period, with another $30 million coming from administrative recoveries, forfeitures and restitution payments.
The Office of Inspector General also addressed audits regarding GSA’s financial reporting, including studies done on how to improve the agency’s improper payment tracking, risk assessment of its charge card program and further acquisition measures.
Read more about the report at FEDERAL TIMES