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The Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, requires that all audit and other reports issued by Federal Inspectors General be posted on their websites. Information may be redacted from these reports if it is considered to be proprietary, confidential, or sensitive in nature. The OIG will use the general standards of the Freedom of Information Act to determine if any portion of a report should be redacted.
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Audit of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program Operations at United Healthcare of California
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