Major Government Agencies Left Without Oversight

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Some of the government’s largest cabinet agencies have not had permanent inspectors general in place for between one and five years, raising concerns from lawmakers and government-watchdog groups that the Obama administration isn’t sufficiently policing itself. Jared Favole reports.



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