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          Homeland Security and Oversight and Reform Committees Question Deficient DHS IG Investigations and Raise Concerns About DHS IG Cuffari’s Leadership

          Mar 26, 2020
          Press Release


          Shortcomings in IG Reporting on the Deaths of Children in CBP Custody

          In his letter to Inspector General Cuffari, Chairman Thompson identifies numerous shortcomings in two reports issued by the OIG on the deaths two children in the custody of Customs and Border Protection (CBP)—a 7-year-old and an 8-year-old


          Chairman Thompson warned that the shortcomings in these reports “raise significant concerns about the thoroughness of the office’s reviews as well as the willingness of the office to conduct in-depth examinations of sensitive topics,” and

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          Concerns Regarding Inspector General Cuffari’s Leadership

          In her letter to Inspector General Cuffari, Chairwoman Maloney requests documents and a briefing based on concerns about actions that Mr. Cuffari has taken since he became Inspector General.

          “The DHS IG is a critical federal watchdog, but according to a recent report

          Chairwoman Maloney highlighted the Inspector General’s alarmingly slow pace in issuing reports, including several 502 Bad Gateway with no timeline for release on the Department’s processing of asylum seekers, conditions in immigration detention facilities, and secret Border Patrol Facebook groups with offensive posts.

          Chairwoman Maloney also raised specific concerns that Inspector General Cuffari delayed an

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          Chairwoman Maloney requests that the Inspector General provide a briefing to the Oversight Committee and provide documents by April 9, 2020.

          Click here to read Chairman Thompson’s letter to the Inspector General.

          Click here to read Chairwoman Maloney’s letter to the Inspector General.


          116th Congress

          Office Location

          2157 Rayburn House Office Building
          Washington, D.C. 20515
          Phone: (202) 225-5051

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