Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Report of Inspection of the U.S. About the Republic of Turkey

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) inspects each of the approximately 260 embassies, diplomatic posts, and international broadcasting installations throughout the world, to determine whether policy goals are being achieved and whether the interests of the United States are being represented and advanced effectively. Additionally, OIG performs specialized security inspections and audits in support of the Department's mission to provide effective protection to our personnel, facilities, and sensitive intelligence information. OIG also audits Department and BBG operations and activities to ensure that they are as effective, efficient, and economical as possible. Finally, OIG investigates instances of fraud, waste, and mismanagement that may constitute either criminal wrongdoing or violation of Department and BBG regulations.

This report is about the U.S. Embassy Ankara, Turkey.

You can reach the full report here: