Government Accountability Office Videos
IRS Pays Out Billions to Identity Thieves
A new study by the Government Accountability Office finds that the IRS mistakenly paid out more than $5.2B to identity thieves.
DC Reacts to VA Chief Eric Shinseki's Resignation
This is a special To are for me his own resignation. With considerable threat except it. And with that one chapter of the veterans affairs scandal and it air he walked out of the White House out. As head of the BA this story though far from over his resignation though those. Does not absolve the
'This Week': Rep. Michael McCaul
Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul discusses Sochi Olympics security.
'Obamacare' Website Technicians Face Grilling in House Hearing
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park testifies on progress fixing troubled 'Obamacare' website.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Testifies on Hill for Obamacare Hearing
Sebelius offers testimony to Senate Finance Committee on failed rollout of Healthcare.gov site.
Part 1: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Testifies Before Congress
Sebelius under attack following troubled the rollout of new federal insurance marketplace HealthCare.gov.
10,000 Cases of Misconduct in TSA Report
Report says airport security screeners have been caught breaking rules, breaching security.
Meet Woody, the Bomb-Sniffing Dog
At Dulles airport that you'd think would would bomb sniffing dog to the test. He's patrolling as hundreds of people come through security checkpoint but both of these people had explosive material hidden in his part of the test. And then he's locked in. Catching debate. Good dark. But doesn't
Airport Security: Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Report
an airport security 'lettalert. A new report that says taxpayer money is being wasted on bomb-sniffing dogs that can't find bombs. Reporter: We have all seen bomb-sniffing dogs. A new gao report slams the government for spending $10 milli0 million on a new program before knowing how it would work.
Group Pushes to Switch Dollar Currency From Paper to Coin
Government Accountability Office says coins could save the government billions of dollars over time.