Office of Special Investigations (Government Accountability Office)


Office of Special Investigations (Government Accountability Office)

The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) is a specialized unit within the Government Accountability Office, a United States federal agency, and was created to meet Congress's need for quick responses to issues of serious wrongdoing involving federal matters.

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