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In response to a referral from the Department of State and congressional inquiries, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) reviewed allegations of politicized and other improper personnel practices by political appointees in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs. The Bureau, which reports to the Under Secretary for Political Affairs, is the U.S. Government’s primary interlocutor with the United Nationsand a host of international agencies and organizations.What OIG RecommendsOIG made two recommendations to the Under Secretary for Political Affairs: to develop a corrective action plan to address the leadership and management deficiencies within the Bureau of International Organization Affairs and to consider other appropriate action, including disciplinary action. The Department concurred with both recommendations.

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