Security at One Judiciary Square could be bypassed by entering through an adjacent food court, according to an OIG report.
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Nadeau's condo deal was legit, says inspector general.
Five months after then–District Inspector General Charles Willoughby announced that he was retiring, Vince Gray has come up with his replacement. If only the new guy was legally allowed to be inspector general!
Gray nominee Daniel Lucas has experience in the watchdog business, coming from a position as Deputy Inspector General in the Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command. Thanks to [...]
Vince Gray's lame duck administration is losing another cabinet-level official. According to a press release from the mayor's office, D.C. Inspector General Charles Willoughby told Gray recently that he's retiring.
In the release, Gray thanked Willoughby for his nine years of service since being appointed acting IG during Anthony Williams' administration in 2005. It's good that Gray is finding nice [...]
Will D.C.'s ethics watchdogs ever get along? Earlier this month, LL declared an end to the feud between the Office of the Inspector General and the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability. Judging by a new letter from Inspector General Charles Willoughby, though, the short-lived truce is already off.
Oversight fans will remember that OIG and BEGA [...]
At last, bureaucratic peace in our time. Judging by yesterday's meeting of the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability, the spat between BEGA and the Office of the Inspector General is over.
The dispute stems from whether the inspector general has to share documents from its investigations with BEGA. BEGA argued that it needs them in order to [...]