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OIG

(Office of Inspector General) See healthcare IT.
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OIG will review facilities' emergency plans and emergency preparedness deficiencies cited by the states to determine their sufficiency and implementation.
An OIG advisory opinion is a legal opinion issued by the OIG to a party about its fraud and abuse authorities to the party's proposed business arrangement.
OIG found 17 ineligible borrowers, all on conditional status, who had gotten new loans totaling $270,975.
He brings to the Board more than twenty years of service in the OIG community, most recently as deputy inspector general counsel at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Past studies by OIG in 1999, 2000 and 2001 found that most Medicare beneficiaries were able to get the skilled nursing services they needed, but some with certain medical conditions experienced delays.
OIG collaboration with the Mesa Police Department, Mesa Community College, the Social Security Administration, and the U.
The OIG was established as part of the Department of Health and Human Services in 1976 by an act of Congress.
Of even greater concern is the potential for increasing cooperation between, or even joint audits conducted by, the Service and the OIG.
In its early years, OIG directed a vast majority of its auditing resources at non-Federal managers of Federal dollars: grantees such as colleges and universities and the Head Start program.
STG was able to offer HUD OIG the crucial ingredients of people, processes and tools that are essential for the Government's current and evolving Distributed Computing Environment (DCE)," said Mark Jendzejec, STG Senior Vice President, Civil Agencies Sector.
Individuals with information concerning the location of the fugitive in question may call the Ex-Im Bank OIG Hotline at 1-888-OIG-EXIM (1-888-644-3946) or Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Communications at 1- 407-975-1820 or 1-800- BE-ALERT (1-800-232-5378).
Read more: NCUA Examiner Blamed for Data Breach The OIG said it also plans to research in 2015 whether credit unions with fewer than $500 million in assets should be required to have a financial statement audit performed by a licensed independent auditor.