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Pentagon launches probe into certification of SpaceX rockets

The Pentagon’s inspector general said it will begin an evaluation of the Air Force’s certification of SpaceX’s primary launch vehicles, the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy, to determine whether the U.S. Air Force complied with certain guidelines.

Op-Ed: Food safety in America — FDA turns inspections into a joke

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has come under fire from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for its inefficient and ineffective food recall procedures. It was also learned that CRF Foods has been in violation of food safety rules for years.

Veterans Administration accused of shredding claims documents

Department of Veterans Affairs inspectors conducted "spot checks" at 10 veterans benefits offices around the country and discovered claims-related documents filed by veterans were being systematically shredded.

Report: Thousands of homeless vets unable to reach VA call center

Washington D.c. - Thousands of homeless veterans who tried to contact the Department of Veterans Affairs national call center to seek treatment or shelter had to resort to leaving messages on answering machines and many never received a referral or medical services.

Sloppy work at FBI lab could affect thousands of cases

Touted as a state-of the-art crime-fighting facility, the FBI forensics lab has long been regarded as the final word on analyzing evidence whether it’s DNA or fingerprints, or anything else that might be linked to a crime.

Report: Amtrak bosses turn blind eye to drug, alcohol problems

A semi derailed an Amtrak train in California today but the company is faced with a far more severe derailment in the form of drug and alcohol abuse by its employees. A recent scathing IG report calls the company to task.

U.S. government paid out $600 million to dead people

Washington - The Inspector General of the Office of Personnel Management reports the federal government has paid out more then $600 million in retirement and disability benefits to deceased federal workers and the problem doesn't appear correctable in the near future.

Report: US Dept of Energy lab missing cocaine, amphetamines

Washington - The Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California has maintained shoddy records of controlled substances including cocaine, opium, black tar heroin and amphetamines, a new Inspector General report reveals.

Justice Department Inspector General has no power

In a four page letter the Justice Department Inspector General outlined how he had been stripped of his power and lacks authority to conduct investigations.

NASA Inspector General resigns after years of criticism

After seven years of service and much pressure for alleged abuse and corruption, NASA Inspector General Robert "Moose" Cobb has turned in his resignation. It will take effect on April 11.

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