DOT adds inspector general

At Gov. Scott Walker’s direction, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) will create an office of inspector general position with a primary role in the department to review all programs and initiatives for inefficiencies, waste, fraud and abuse.

The position will serve as an executive level advisor to the secretary along with working with the executive leadership in the department. The primary role of the inspector general is to review DOT policy and practices looking for cost savings and efficiencies, then to make recommendations for implementing policy and program improvements.

The use of offices of inspector general in other states have proven an effective tool to identify and make changes to improve efficiencies and safeguards for the taxpaying public. The office will work to ensure the safety and efficiency of our transportation system will be maintained in the most cost effective and accountable manner possible.

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