Inspector General

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  • The Office of Inspector General Essay

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    The Office of Inspector General was set under the Inspector General Act of 1978(Public law 95-452) and established in March 29, 1989 to provide independent and objective audits, investigations and reviews of the FCC operations and programs. The inspector general therefore pioneers the detection and prevention of fraud, waste and abuse in FCC’s operations and programs. The reports and finds of the investigations, audits and reviews are compiled semi annually by the Inspector General and presented

  • Office Of The Inspector General

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    Office of the Inspector General: Review of TOPOFF 2005 The Top Officials Exercise (TOPOFF) held in April 2005, is the third iteration of the mandated biennial national exercise for top officials and key personnel in emergency management, domestic response and consequence management; that included planning events and seminars in order to strengthen the U.S. to assist in the preparation to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from a large scale attack ("A Review", 2005). It has been sponsored

  • Office of Inspector General

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    Office of Inspector General October 16, 2006 JERRY D. LANE VICE PRESIDENT, CAPITAL METRO AREA SUBJECT: Management Advisory – Delivery and Retail Standard Operating Procedures – Capital Metro Area (Report Number DR-MA-07-001) This report presents the results of our review of the implementation of Delivery and Retail Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in the Capital Metro Area (Project Number 06XG016DR003). Our overall objective was to assess implementation of Delivery and Retail SOP in the Capital

  • The Medicare Bill

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    criminal level. If a provider, practice, or institution is found guilty of Medicare fraud, the consequences may include a loss of license, monetary penalties, and the inability to participate in Federal healthcare programs. The Office of Inspector General (OIG), which is a part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, has the ability to exclude individuals who participate in Medicare fraud. The guilty party will be listed on a searchable database on the OIG website. The list is officially

  • United Airlines, Inc.: Case Study

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    We are in receipt of the above-referenced subpoenas directed to United Airlines, Inc. (“United”) and issued by the Office of the Inspector General (“OIG”) on April 12, 2017 and April 13, 2017, respectively, in relation to the United Express Flight 3411 incident involving passenger David Dao on April 9, 2017 (the “Incident”). As previously discussed, our office represents United Airlines, Inc. (“United”), and we are appreciative of the opportunities that the OIG has provided to allow us address this

  • The Special Inspector General For Afghanistan Reconstruction

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    be right.” Washington will eventually have its own George Costanza moment on Afghanistan, and the futility of an open-ended war. The only question is how many more dead soldiers and civilians will it take to have this epiphany. The Special Inspector-General for Afghanistan Reconstruction’s (SIGAR) quarterly report for January is a bleak read. At close to 30%, not only do the Taliban hold more Afghan territory than any time after the 2001 invasion, but "The insurgency is spreading (Afghan forces)

  • The Municipal Code

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    The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) was established by § 2-56-010 of the Municipal Code of the City of Chicago. § 2-56-030(b) of the Municipal Code charges OIG with the duty and authority to investigate the performance of government officers, employees, functions and programs in order to detect and prevent misconduct, inefficiency and waste in the City government. Municipal Code, § 2-56-030(b). The Municipal Code mandates a duty to cooperate with OIG to every City officer, employee, department

  • Enforcement Of Inspections Of Ffl Dealers

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    8. Enhance the enforcement of inspections of FFL dealers. In 2014, of the 140,000 FFL dealers in the U.S., only 10,429 were inspected (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 2015). This means roughly 7.5% of FFL dealers were inspected during the 2014 fiscal year. By law ATF can only inspect FFL dealers once a year, but it seems they aren’t even capable of doing that. Dealers with expired licenses, hazardous store conditions, stolen firearms and a myriad of other issues and safety concerns

  • Bangladesh Labour Law Amendment 2013

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    Translated from Bangla Registered No. DA- 1 [Government Logo] Bangladesh Gazette Additional Issue Published by the Authority Monday, July 22, 2013 Bangladesh Parliament Dhaka, 22 July, 2013/07 Shrabon, 1420 The following Act adopted by the Parliament has been assented by the President on 22 July, 2013 (07 Shrabon, 1420) and it is hereby published for the information of the public:- Act No. 30 of 2013 An Act adopted to amend further the Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 (Act No. 42 of 2006) Since

  • The Death Of An Anarchist Essay

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    the real participants in the events involved with the bombing at Piazza Fontana, or the interrogation and death of Pino Pinelli. I was informed by Jillian that the Inspector is based on a police officer named Luigi Calabresi who was characterized by his casual wear and his nervous twitches. This helped me understand why the Inspector was shown to exhibit these same traits in the play. My understanding of Bertozzo’s character was deepened when Jillian states that In Italy, the carabinieri, or the