2012 OIG Reports
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Following is a chronological listing of all reports issued by the Office of Inspector General in 2012. Back to the OIG Reports page.
- A - Air
- CSB - US Chemical Safety Board
- C - Contracts and Assistance Agreement
- EF - Efficiency
- FA - Financial
- FO - Forensic
- IRM - Information Resources Management
- L - Land Cleanup and Waste Management
- OM - Office of Management
- SP - Special Programs (prev SPR)
- ER - Environmental Research (prev ERP)
- T - Toxics, Chemical Management and Pollution Prevention
- W - Water
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