inspector general

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a military officer responsible for investigations

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Prominent speakers were former federal Minister for Law, Barrister Shahida Jamil, former Inspector General of Police, Sindh, Asad Jehangir Khan, former Inspector General of Police, Sindh Niaz Ahmed Siddiki and others also spoke.
The Office of Inspector General will continue to release more summaries of investigations in the future.
In 2004, he was promoted to Director of Investigations, overseeing cases of fraud and misconduct on the part of employees and vendors, prior to his promotion to acting Inspector General in July.
We would never lose this pride and distinction at any cost, said the Inspector General NHandMP Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema while addressing passing out parade at NHandMP Training College.
He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position," NCUA Inspector General James Hagen said.
But Patrick Sullivan, an assistant EPA inspector general for investigations, told lawmakers that national security was an excuse to keep his office in the dark on misconduct allegations.
The inspector general concept emerged during the reign of King Louis XIV in France.
Most employees know about the Office of Inspector General's Office of Inspections, "because they've been inspected by us or provided information to our teams either at post or here in Washington," said Robert Peterson, assistant inspector general for Inspections.
The June 4, 2007 e-mail from acting EPA Inspector General Bill Roderick to his top staff proposes that for the 2008 fiscal year, the Inspector General (IG) reorganize its staff and priorities to:
Attending campaign events is not official district business and the use of district resources for this purpose raises, at the very least, an appearance of impropriety," says Stevens' letter to Inspector General Jerry Thornton.
During the last rive months," McCaul states in his letter, "due to my deep concern over the fate of these Agents, I have relentlessly requested information detailing the facts surrounding this case from both the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General and the Department of Justice.
That message was reinforced in June 2006 when the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration pointedly reported to Congress that examinations based on whistleblower tips were almost twice as effective as examinations based simply on Discriminant Index Function scores (as measured by dollars recovered per hour of examination time).
The United States Transportation Department inspector general has not found any evidence that Federal Aviation Administration officials intentionally misled the 11 September commission.
That was the specter raised by a September 2005 report from the Justice Department's inspector general, which found that an undisclosed number of monitored telecommunications picked up conversations between people who were not remotely under suspicion.
A recent report by the Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security does not inspire confidence in the reorganizations that its creation had brought about.
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