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IG Cuffari Letter to Chairs Maloney and Thompson, 14 Sept 2020

"Dear Chairman Thompson and Chairwoman Maloney: This responds to your letter of August 27, 2020, in which you ask that I review the matters referred to the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General (DHS OIG) by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in the August 14, 2020 decision issued by the GAO General Counsel."

Avoid Scams

The Ombudsman's Office is warning the public that there is a fraud scam using the Ombudsman's telephone number and that individuals should never give personal information over the phone to an individual claiming to be an Ombudsman official.

DHS Significantly Reduces Outstanding Inspector General Recommendations

The Department of Homeland Security depends on its strongest asset – its people – to fulfill its diverse and important missions. Every day, the men and women of this Department work together to ensure that our programs, operations, and other activities are running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. We’ve made great strides to improve what we do, be good stewards of taxpayer dollars, and uphold the public trust. One measure of our success in this regard is our significant reduction in the number of open recommendations from the Office of Inspector General (OIG). By implementing better practices and resolving the OIG’s recommendations, DHS has become a more responsive and effective agency.

Privacy Documents for OIG

Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) and associated System of Records Notices (SORNs) for the Office of Inspector General (OIG)

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