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Investigative Findings in Cases Involving Administrative Misconduct

This page contains summaries of our investigative findings in cases involving administrative misconduct that meet either of the following criteria:

  1. Cases in which no criminal prosecution resulted but the OIG found misconduct by a member of the Senior Executive Service, an employee at the GS-15 grade level or above, or an Assistant U.S. Attorney; or
  2. Cases involving high profile investigations, or in which there may otherwise be significant public interest in the outcome of the investigation.

A summary of investigative findings is posted following issuance to the component of our final report of investigation, after the Department, the affected component, and the subject (when appropriate) have been provided with the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed summary.

To view investigative summaries provided in response to requests from Members of Congress for cases prior to April 2015, click here.