TRANSPARENCY: Forty-seven Inspectors General sign letter blasting obstruction by ‘most transparent administration in history’

transparency“Refusing, restricting, or delaying an Inspector General’s access to documents leads to incomplete, inaccurate, or significantly delayed findings or recommendations, which in turn may prevent the agency from promptly correcting serious problems and deprive Congress of timely information regarding the agency’s performance,” the letter states.

According to the letter, the Justice Department originally refused to hand over documents in three Inspector General investigations.


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