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Inspectors General Reports

One of the sources Daniel Schuman includes in his list of tools for Congressional Information deserves special mention.

  • Oversight.io | Bringing into sight the US government’s oversight community

    Most every piece of the US federal government has an office called the Inspector General (IG). An IG’s job is to keep their part of the government honest and efficient through strong, independent oversight. IGs produce a lot of work, but their reports are scattered all over the Internet. Some get the attention they deserve, and some don’t. It would be a shame for good oversight to go overlooked. We gather them in one place so you can freely search and subscribe to them.

    Oversight.io is a project of Eric Mill and its code is free and open source. Original writing licensed under CC-BY 4.0.Reports are collected through a public domain, volunteer-driven project. If you know some Python, lend a hand!All reports are the work of the US federal government and are taken directly from official government websites. They are in the public domain in the United States.

There are currently 16,200 reports indexed at Oversight.io!

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