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Investigations by the DOI Office of the Inspector General…

Posted by Texas Mustang Project on May 28, 2010

I looked up this information several months ago while researching another issue. It seems that the information is relevant to a few of the current issues as well. Just for your viewing pleasure LOL. But… Please, if you are going to read these investigations and use their information, read them thoroughly. There are  many different aspects involved in an OIG investigation. T.

Department of the Interior’s Office of the Inspector General (DOI OIG). From the DOI OIG web page:

The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote excellence, integrity and accountability in the programs, operations, and management of the Department of the Interior. The work of the OIG is designed to:

    • Promote DOI’s efforts to preserve and protect the Nation’s natural and cultural resources and protect DOI facilities;
    • Promote effective financial, grant and procurement activities;
    • Further DOI’s efforts to fulfill its responsibilities to American Indians, Alaska Natives and the Insular Areas;
    • Promote the highest standards of integrity, impartiality and professionalism within DOI; and,
    • Promote effective coordination and improved management practices among DOI’s Bureaus and components.

The following documents are detailed investigations by the DOI OIG and various other documents/evidence:

Total Producing and Non-Producing Leases As of 11/12/2009 Producing and non-producing lease information on this website is compiled for the sole purpose of royalty collection, verification, and disbursement. For official lease information, please refer to the appropriate leasing management agency: Bureau of Indian Affairs for American Indian Leases, Offshore Energy and Minerals Management for Offshore leases, and Bureau of Land Management for Federal Onshore leases. Any differences between the lease data presented on this website and lease data provided by those agencies are due primarily to timing issues in the lease administration process and differences in definitions of terms.


One Response to “Investigations by the DOI Office of the Inspector General…”


    Abbey previously was a partner in the private consulting firm Abbey, Stubbs, & Ford, LLC with offices in Las Vegas and Reno, Nev.

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