oig oig


  • (n) the investigative arm of the Federal Trade Commission


  1. Parole officers charged with accepting payoffs

    Four parole officers from two Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) offices in Houston have been indicted for accepting payoffs from parolees, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today along with FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen L. Morris, Brad Livingston, TDCJ Executive Director and Bruce Toney, Inspector General of TDCJ – Office of Inspector General (OIG).
    on July 5, 2013     Source: The Rancher

  2. News in Brief: Week of July 1-5

    This roundup includes the following news briefs: Cracked Vials Prompt Hepatitis B Vaccine Recall; Providers Without Authority Writing Prescriptions, Says OIG Report; EHR Association Develops, Releases First Code of Conduct; Administration Postpones Coverage Requirement for Larger Businesses; and Patient Registry Online, Accepting Registrations.
    on July 4, 2013     Source: American Academy of Family Physicians


  1. Richard Skinner, Department of Homeland Security Inspector General, stated that "The OIG will continue to be committed to working with our law enforcement partners to identify and aggressively investigate all allegations of corruption to protect our...
    on Jan 28, 2009 By: Richard Skinner Source: AZFamily

  2. "Providing false information to OIG or Congress can be a criminal violation," Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the senior Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, warned in a letter March 31 that was provided to the center.
    on May 3, 2010 By: Charles Grassley Source: NPR

  3. "The OIG report is extremely helpful as we complete this review," said CMS administrator Mark McClellan.
    on Aug 17, 2006 By: Mark McClellan Source: Houston Chronicle

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