A progress report to the President: 1981-1984, the first four years and future directions
President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency - Political Science - 17 pages
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$46 Billion 10,000 successful prosecutions actions against contractors Actions Against Federal Administration Administration's Allegations Apr.-Sept audits and investigations Billion in Commitments billion in management Computer Matching Project Contractor Debarments coordination Council on Manage Data Base DEBARMENT AND SUSPENSION debarment/suspension December 31 departments and agencies Deputy Director develop dishonest or incompetent Dollars Recouped efforts Federal assistance Federal employees Federal programs fraud and abuse fraud and waste front-end Government programs governmental recipients Governmentwide problems Governmentwide study IG community implement the single incompetent contractors Inspector General Department integrity and efficiency legislation Management and Budget ments microcomputers Million in Recoveries Model Prevention Plan Number of Successful OBLIGATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION-RELATED Oct.-Mar Office of Management past four PCIE established PCIE recognized PCIE's President Reagan President's Council prevent fraud programs and operations Prosecutions and Dollars Recoveries and Penalties result single audit approach single audit concept standing committee Suspension and debarment Total Monetary Impact unliquidated obligations