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Office of Inspector General

2005 OIG Reports

A chronological listing of all reports issued by the Office of Inspector General in 2005.

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Dec 28, 2005 Review of Complaint on the University of Nevada, Reno, Regional Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program Cooperative Agreement CR 826293-01 2006-P-00008
Dec 16, 2005 More Information Is Needed On Toxaphene Degradation Products 2006-P-00007
Dec 15, 2005 EPA Performance Measures Do Not Effectively Track Compliance Outcomes 2006-P-00006
Dec 14, 2005 EPA Could Improve Physical Access and Service Continuity/Contingency Controls for Financial and Mixed-Financial Systems Located at its Research Triangle Park Campus  2006-P-00005
Nov 29, 2005 State of Nevada Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program Financial Statements for Year Ended June 30, 2004 2006-1-00018
Nov 14, 2005 Audit of EPA's Fiscal 2005 and 2004 Consolidated Financial Statements 2006-1-00015
Nov 9, 2005 Report on Compliance with Government Auditing Standards  
Oct 19, 2005 Changes Needed to Improve Public Confidence in EPA's Implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act 2006-P-00003
Oct 17, 2005 EPA Could Improve Its Information Security by Strengthening Verification and Validation Processes 2006-P-00002
Oct 4, 2005 Rulemaking on Solvent-Contaminated Industrial Wipes 2006-P-00001
Oct 3, 2005 Federal Information Security Management Act Fiscal Year 2005 Status of EPA’s Computer Security Program 2006-S-00001
Sept 28, 2005 EPA Managers Did Not Hold Supervisors and Project Officers Accountable for Grants Management 2005-P-00027
Sept 28, 2005 Evaluation of U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board’s Compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) for Fiscal Year 2005 2005-2-00030
Sept 28, 2005 Review of State of Alaska's Actions for the River Terrace Recreational Vehicle Park, Soldotna, Alaska Report 2005-P-00029
Sept 26, 2005 Continued EPA Leadership Will Support State Needs for Information and Guidance on RCRA Financial Assurance 2005-P-00026
Sept 26, 2005 Ombudsman Report: Appropriate Testing and Timely Reporting Are Needed at the Hercules 009 Landfill Superfund Site, Brunswick, Georgia Report 2005-P-00022
Sept 21, 2005 Natural Resources Defense Council Reported Outlays Under EPA Cooperative Agreements CX82546101, CX82675101, and XA83033101 2005-4-00120
Sept 21, 2005 Sustained Commitment Needed to Further Advance Watershed Approach 2005-P-00025
Sept 19, 2005 Limited Knowledge of the Universe of Regulated Entities Impedes EPA's Ability to Demonstrate Changes in Regulatory Compliance EPA Comments 2005-P-00024
Sept 14, 2005 EPA Needs to Improve Oversight of Its Information Technology Projects 2005-P-00023
Sept 13, 2005 State of Oregon Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund 2005-1-00157
Sept 8, 2005 California Department of Toxic Substances Control Reported Outlays under Cooperative Agreement V99925204 2005-4-00099
Aug 22, 2005 EPA Practices for Identifying and Inventorying Hazardous Sites Could Assist Similar Department of the Interior Efforts 2005-P-00020
Aug 22, 2005 Progress Report on Drinking Water Protection Efforts 2005-P-00021
Aug 8, 2005 Utah Department of Environmental Quality Water Quality State Revolving Fund Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Statements 2005-1-00144
July 28, 2005 PeoplePlus Security Controls Need Improvement 2005-P-00019
June 28, 2005 McGladrey & Pullen, LLP Single Audit of Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, Inc., for Year Ended December 31, 2003 2005-S-00006
June 16, 2005 Region 10's Grant for Alaska Village Safe Water Program Did Not Meet EPA Guidelines 2005-P-00015
June 13, 2005 Efforts to Manage Backlog of Water Discharge Permits Need to Be Accompanied by Greater Program Integration 2005-P-00018
June 9, 2005 EPA Can Better Manage Brownfields Administrative Resources 2005-P-00017
June 2, 2005 EPA's Efforts to Demonstrate Grant Results Mirror Nongovernmental Organizations' Practices 2005-P-00016
May 4, 2005 Fiscal 2004 Financial Statements for the Pesticide Registration Fund 2005-1-00082
May 4, 2005 Fiscal 2004 and 2003 Financial Statements for the Pesticides Reregistration and Expedited Processing Fund 2005-1-00081
Apr 19, 2005 Wrangell Cooperative Association Reported Outlays Under EPA Grants GA980448-01 and GA970335-01 2005-4-00056
Mar 31, 2005 EPA Needs to Compete More Assistance Agreements 2005-P-00014
Mar 31, 2005 Reported Outlays Under EPA Grant R828112-01 Health Effects Institute 2005-4-00054
Mar 28, 2005 Source Water Assessment and Protection Programs Show Initial Promise, But Obstacles Remain 2005-P-00013
Mar 23, 2005 EPA Needs to Fulfill Its Designated Responsibilities to Ensure Effective BioWatch Program 2005-P-00012
Mar 22, 2005 Security Configuration and Monitoring of EPA’s Remote Access Methods Need Improvement 2005-P-00011
Mar 9, 2005 Substantial Changes Needed in Implementation and Oversight of Title V Permits If Program Goals Are To Be Fully Realized 2005-P-00010
Mar 7, 2005 Brownfields Competition Process for Awarding Grants Complied With Act 2005-P-00009
Mar 2, 2005 Progress Made in Monitoring Ambient Air Toxics, But Further Improvements Can Increase Effectiveness 2005-P-00008
Feb 17, 2005 Office of Acquisition Management Can Strengthen Its Organizational Systems 2005-P-00006
Feb 17, 2005 Ongoing Management Improvements and Further Evaluation Vital to EPA Stewardship and Voluntary Programs 2005-P-00007
Feb 16, 2005 Review of Changes to the Atlantic Steel Transportation Control Measure 2005-S-00005
Feb 7, 2005 EPA Needs to Direct More Attention, Efforts, and Funding to Enhance Its Speciation Monitoring Program for Measuring Fine Particulate Matter 2005-P-00004
Feb 3, 2005 Additional Analyses of Mercury Emissions Needed Before EPA Finalizes Rules for Coal-Fired Electric Utilities 2005-P-00003
Jan 6, 2005 EPA Needs to Determine What Barriers Prevent Water Systems from Securing Known Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Vulnerabilities 2005-P-00002

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