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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - David B. Buckley
From contract fraud and false billing to nepotism and possession of child pornography, wide-ranging accusations of misconduct have surfaced at agencies all across the federal government -- even, it turns out, inside the nation's revered spy agency.
President Obama has nominated a veteran investigator to be the next CIA inspector general, a crucial position that has remained vacant for more than a year.
"In fact, unlike the [inspectors general at the Defense and State departments and USAID], the CIA OIG received no supplemental or operational funding during the contingency operations in Iraq, Afghanistan or the War on Terror, and did not forward deploy to the war zones," Mr. Buckley wrote.
"Over the past decade, the resources provided to the OIG have not kept pace with the dramatic growth in CIA operations and spending," CIA Inspector General David B. Buckley wrote in a January report, which detailed his agency's activities over the previous six months.