GSA scandals shows watchdogs needed

The recent GSA scandals over clowns and such at a Las Vegas conference reminds us, among other things, of the importance of having an inspector general in place in all federal agencies.

But the Project on Government Oversight noted this week that, with the addition of the Department of Labor over the holiday weekend, there are now four agencies in the prized watchdog community’s “1,000-day vacancy club.”

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