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Unimplemented IG Recommendations Costing Taxpayers Billions of Dollars

Rep. Henry A. Waxman, Sen. Claire McCaskill, and Rep. Ed Towns issued a new report that finds that the Bush Administration has failed to implement over 13,000 recommendations made by Inspectors General (IGs) since 2001. Federal agencies could save taxpayers over $25 billion by implementing these open recommendations.


Friday, January 02, 2009 | Steroid Use in Sports

Chairman Waxman Releases Letter Regarding Illegal Steroid Use in Professional Wrestling

In a letter to Office of National Drug Control Policy Director John P. Walters, Chairman Waxman summarizes results of the Committee’s investigation into steroid use in professional wrestling and requests that ONDCP examine the widespread steroid abuse and systemic deficiencies in testing policies and practices.

Thursday, December 18, 2008 | Iraq Intelligence and Nuclear Evidence

New Evidence Contradicts White House Assertions on Uranium Claim

New evidence obtained by the Committee indicates that the CIA rejected White House efforts to insert the claim that Iraq sought uranium from Africa into two speeches by President Bush prior to the 2003 State of the Union address, contradicting assertions made to Congress by then-White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales on behalf of then-National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 | Environment

Deterioration of the Nation’s Clean Water Act Enforcement Program

Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Henry A. Waxman and Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman James L. Oberstar wrote to President-elect Obama regarding their investigation into the drastic deterioration of the Clean Water Act enforcement program.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 |

Chairman Waxman Publishes Committee's Oversight Accomplishments

In the 110th Congress, the Committee conducted vigorous oversight to uncover waste, fraud, and abuse, to improve the operations of the federal government, and to examine wrongdoing in the private sector. At the close of this session, Chairman Waxman has published a selection of the Committee’s oversight accomplishments.

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