Watching the SEC: Inspector General Investigates Wrongdoing at the Agency

The SEC, like many government agencies, is regularly audited and investigated by an internal watchdog, the Office of the Inspector General, which provides regular reports to Congress. In its most recent Semiannual Report, covering April through October of this year, the OIG provides the results of its audits and investigations into a variety of allegations made against the SEC or its employees.
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