How do You Oversee Money That's Hard to Track?
The Project on Government Oversight's Dylan Hedtler-Gaudette joins the podcast to discuss how to minimize fraud in government spending.
The federal government, through a variety of grants, purchases and other avenues, spends trillions of dollars each year. Oversight of that spending can be spotty, whether from agencies themselves, from oversight bodies like inspector general offices or from Congress.
The Project on Government Oversight recently posted a report outlining 13 issues that policymakers can tackle to increase efficacy and oversight in government. Dylan Hedtler-Gaudette is a Government Affairs Manager at the Project on Government Oversight and one of the authors of the report. He joined the podcast to discuss government oversight.
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