Army winning Defense Department audit race; lousy USPS numbers; more

Share Button

On this week’s In Depth Digest: The Army is ahead of its fellow forces in the audit readiness race, says Asif Khan of the Government Accountability Office; Commerce Department Inspector General Todd Zinser says the 2020 census may be coming too quickly for the Census Bureau; lousy numbers don’t tell the whole story at the Postal Service, according to National Association of Letter Carriers President Frederic Rolando; both the Pentagon and Congress are missing a critical piece of national security strategy, according to former National Security Council executive Barry Pavel; and Sofia Hussain of the Securities and Exchange Commission explains how she protects and saves hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars a year.

In Depth Digest June 9, 2014