Baltimore Inspector General's office identifies more than $7 million in waste, savings
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — According to a recently released report, the Office of the Inspector General says it has identified more than $7 million in waste and savings in Baltimore City during Fiscal Year 2021.
The Inspector General, Isabel Cumming says a lot of the money was discovered through a joint investigation with Baltimore County on water bill issues.
I’m really the people’s watchdog," says Cumming.
Isabel joins Two Way Talk to share the latest on the report:
The OIG proudly presents the 2021 Annual Report, https://t.co/vynmx070b9. We are very grateful to the citizens and employees of Baltimore City for the ongoing support. For the first time, the public can leave feedback on the OIG’s performance, https://t.co/RVLsm8WUg3#FightFraud pic.twitter.com/NFLt7UV2zN— Baltimore City OIG (@OIG_Baltimore) August 16, 2021