Daily Policy Digest
|New EPA Employee Bonuses Spark OIG Investigation
In a November 30th investigative report by the Office of Inspector General (OIG), the OIG hotline received an anonymous call stating a new EPA Director of Finance requested a $250,000 reimbursement of relocation costs...
|U.S. House Energy Bill
The 2015 energy bill would modernize energy infrastructure, build a 21st century energy and manufacturing workforce, bolster America's energy security and diplomacy and promote energy efficiency and government accountability.
|Potential Census Bureau Cost Savings
Use of administrative records could reduce census costs...
|Northwest Florida Water Management District's Operation Protocol Flaws
The Northwest Florida Water Management District's operations require improvement...
|Hawaii Health Department Vulnerable to Waste and Abuse
The Hawaii state auditor believes the state's Department of Health is susceptible to waste and abuse...
|Civil Asset Forfeiture
Civil forfeiture encourages law enforcement to target the types of crime most lucrative to police agencies...
|Congressional Energy Export Reform Contains Questionable Subsidy
Subsidy to merchant fleet in the effort to lift the ban on crude oil exports is debatable...
|Actions Needed to Make USPS Delivery Performance Information More Complete, Useful, and Transparent
The U.S. Postal Service needs to improve it delivery performance measures...
|Outdated and Energy Wasteful Energy Projects on Capitol Hill
The Government Accountability Office contends that the Architect of the Capital's energy plan is flawed...
|The Nation's Worst-Managed Transit Agency
Washington, D.C.'s Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is the worst managed transit agency in the country...