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Department of Labor OIG

Insights on Telehealth Use and Program Integrity Risks in DOL Workers' Compensation Programs During the Pandemic

As part of the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee’s (PRAC)1 effort to provide policymakers and stakeholders with information about the nature of telehealth and its use across federal health care programs, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted an evaluation to: (1) examine the use of telehealth across the Department of Labor’s (DOL) workers’ compensation programs during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and (2) identify emerging risks related to the use of telehealth.
Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Timco Engine Center, Inc.

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Timco Engine Center, Inc.
Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Timco Engine Center, Inc.

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Timco Engine Center, Inc.
Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Ovation Travel Group, Inc.

Independent Review of 4003(b) Loan Recipient’s Validation Memo – Ovation Travel Group, Inc.
Pandemic Response Accountability Committee

Insights on Telehealth Use and Program Integrity Risks Across Selected Health Care Programs During the Pandemic

Recognizing how critical telehealth has been to the federal COVID-19 response, the PRAC Health Care Subgroup—which includes six Federal Offices of Inspectors General—worked together to provide insights on the use of telehealth and its associated program integrity risks.

Department of Veterans Affairs OIG

Insights on Telehealth Use and Program Integrity Risks Across Selected Health Care Programs During the Pandemic

The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee’s (PRAC) Health Care Subgroup developed this report to share insights about the expansion—and the emerging risks—of telehealth in selected programs across six federal agencies during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. The selected programs, which provided telehealth services to about 37 million people in 2020 (up from just three million in 2019), included the Veterans Health Administration, Medicare, TRICARE, Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs, and Department of Justice prisoner healthcare...

Department of Agriculture OIG

USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Data Story

This data story is the second in the series from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) and focuses on the USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). This product utilized data analytics, visualizations, and data storytelling methods to enhance transparency of how the CFAP 1 and CFAP 2 programs evolved over time.

Department of the Interior OIG

The Bureaus of Indian Affairs and Indian Education Have the Opportunity To Implement Additional Controls To Prevent or Detect Multi-dipping of Pandemic Response Funds

We recommended the BIA and the BIE implement controls designed to prevent or detect instances of multi-dipping When a recipient receives money from multiple federal sources and uses it for the same purpose, this could be an indication of multi-dipping. of pandemic response funds.
General Services Administration OIG

Ventilation Issues Persist in Unrenovated Wings of GSA Headquarters Building