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Recovery.gov - Track the Money

Recovery.gov is the U.S. government's official website that provides easy access to data
related to Recovery Act spending and allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste, and abuse.

Offices of Inspectors General

When an agency spends Recovery funds, its Inspector General is responsible for oversight of that money. The Inspector General reviews Recovery spending to ensure that:

  • Projects undertaken with Recovery money meet legal and administrative requirements
  • Their agencies have the right administrative practices in place
  • There are effective controls in place to manage Recovery funds

The Inspectors General are required to report the details of their reviews to the public.  
Find out more at each OIG's Recovery web page.

Department of Transportation (DOT)


04/02/2014
10/30/2013
02/10/2012
Recovery Act Job Reporting for FAA Programs—Lessons Learned for Improving Accuracy and Transparency for Future Job ReportingRecovery Act Job Reporting for FAA Programs—Lessons Learned for Improving Accuracy and Transparency for Future Job Reporting
12/28/2011
DOT Needs to Improve Tracking and Monitoring of All Single Audit Findings to Effectively Manage GrantsDOT Needs to Improve Tracking and Monitoring of All Single Audit Findings to Effectively Manage Grants
08/15/2011
New York City Fulton Street Transit Center: FTA’s Sustained Focus on Key Risk Areas Is Needed Until Project Is CompletedNew York City Fulton Street Transit Center: FTA’s Sustained Focus on Key Risk Areas Is Needed Until Project Is Completed
10/22/2010
Recovery Act Websites Vulnerable to Hackers and Carry Security RisksRecovery Act Websites Vulnerable to Hackers and Carry Security Risks
06/28/2010
Federal Highway Administration's Oversight of the Use of Value Engineering Studies on Recovery Highway and Bridge ProjectsFederal Highway Administration's Oversight of the Use of Value Engineering Studies on Recovery Highway and Bridge Projects
02/23/2010
Recovery Act Data Quality: Errors in Recipient Reports Obscure TransparencyRecovery Act Data Quality: Errors in Recipient Reports Obscure Transparency
01/07/2010
DOT’s Suspension and Debarment Program does not Safeguard against Awards to Improper PartiesDOT’s Suspension and Debarment Program does not Safeguard against Awards to Improper Parties
11/30/2009
Department of Transportation’s Implementation of the Recovery Act: Continued Management Attention Is Needed To Address Oversight VulnerabilitiesDepartment of Transportation’s Implementation of the Recovery Act: Continued Management Attention Is Needed To Address Oversight Vulnerabilities
10/06/2009
Status of Operating Administrations’ Processes to Conduct Limited Quality Reviews of Recovery Act Recipient DataStatus of Operating Administrations’ Processes to Conduct Limited Quality Reviews of Recovery Act Recipient Data
08/06/2009
Federal Aviation Administration Needs to Strengthen Selection and Award Processes for Airport Improvement GrantsFederal Aviation Administration Needs to Strengthen Selection and Award Processes for Airport Improvement Grants
06/22/2009
Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General Proposes Strengthening Oversight of the Grants Payment ProcessDepartment of Transportation Office of Inspector General Proposes Strengthening Oversight of the Grants Payment Process
05/18/2009
Department of Transportation Inspector General Issues Advisory Report on Department's Suspension and Debarment ProgramDepartment of Transportation Inspector General Issues Advisory Report on Department's Suspension and Debarment Program
03/31/2009
Transportation Inspector General Issues Report on Oversight Challenges Facing the Department of TransportationTransportation Inspector General Issues Report on Oversight Challenges Facing the Department of Transportation

*Audit Report on the management of a Recovery Act tax credit.