The government watchdog group Cause of Action Institute (CofA) gave Hillary Clinton some bad news this week when they filed a Freedom of Information regarding her time at the State Department after finding that a whopping $6 billion is missing.
GOP The Daily Dose reported that this request stems from an Inspector General (IG) management alert related to incompetence and mismanagement of government contracts.
“Many of these cases arose during the tenure of Hillary Clinton,” reads the complaint from CofA.
This alert revealed that State Department bureaucrats lost contract files and had incomplete maintenance. They also exposed the taxpayers to “substantial financial losses” in that they neglected their requirement to undergo proper government procedures from beginning to end.
The alert concluded by slamming Hillary and saying that she created a number of poor conditions in her State Department. It accused her State Department of creating “conditions conducive to fraud, as corrupt individuals may attempt to conceal evidence of illicit behavior by omitting key documents from the contract file. It impairs the ability of the department to take effective and timely action to protect its interests and, in turn, those of taxpayers.”
“The public has a significant interest in knowing whether the department implemented the recommendations the [IG] made in its previous reports,” the CofA said. “The requested records will further inform the public about the resolution of contract management problems with the Department of State.”
The State Department has 20 working days to respond to CofA’s request. What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.