The Justice Department's inspector general has found poor oversight and problems with record keeping that could be costing taxpayers money. The Marshals Service concedes there have been problems. It is implementing changes.
But the Justice Department's Inspector General says officials still need to watch how they spend taxpayers' money at conferences. And it hasn't changed its findings about $5 sodas, $32 snack breaks and $8 cups of coffee.
WASHINGTON -- In a declassified and heavily redacted report on a controversial Patriot Act provision, the Justice Department’s inspector general found that the government had failed to implement guidelines limiting the amount of dat...
An report by the Justice Department inspector general in the Complex Asset Team at the U.S. Marshals Service shows that Mr. Madoff was not the only notable fraudster whose assets were badly documented.