Report: Management Weaknesses Delayed Response to Flint Water Crisis
Report #18-P-0221, July 19, 2018
What Was Found
The EPA should strengthen its oversight of state drinking water programs to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the agency's response to drinking water contamination emergencies.
- Report at a Glance (pdf)
- Full Report (pdf)
- Update: EPA Response to Report (pdf)
- Update: IG Comment on EPA Response (pdf)
EPA OIG finds management weaknesses delayed response to Flint water crisis [OIG News Release]
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