WASHINGTON, Sept 10 (Reuters) - As billions of dollars from the economic stimulus plan pour through the U.S. economy, members of Congress, the administration and regulatory agencies are increasingly worried about the risks of fraud.
Earl Devaney told Congress on Thursday the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board he chairs is investigating those who may have misappropriated stimulus money.
His board has "forwarded more than 100 matters to various IGs (inspector generals to ensure heightened scrutiny of specific procurements that board staff has identified as potentially problematic.
Wanna bet these inspector generals get fired or hushed up just like the inspector general that was going to expose Michelle Obama's connections with....oh crap I forget the organization now. Rats. (Edit...Americorp...that was it)
Is anyone really surprised there is fraud? I am more surprised that they are surprised.
Last edited by Gib's Son; 09-11-2009 at 09:00 AM.
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