- Senator Klobuchar is willing to help on the Lariam issue, specifically, as long as we can get a letter signed by government, Peace Corps, and military peopleMessage 1 of 2 , Feb 1, 2008View SourceSenator Klobuchar is willing to help on the Lariam issue, specifically, as long as we can get a letter signed by government, Peace Corps, and military people explaining their problems with the drug. But as far as the OWCP issue as a whole I don't have any new ideas, we've already sent letters to most of our congresspeople.Andy Sterioff----- Original Message ----
From: Kevin <owcp2004@...>
Sent: Friday, February 1, 2008 7:26:57 AM
Subject: [owcp] Congressional Inquiries
Since I've heard from no one, I'm assuming that our Congressional
inquiries are dead, except for Senator Dodd who is working on the Peace
Corps side of the equation, and Senator Gregg who will not decide what
to do until he sees the Inspector General's report.
The Inspector General, meantime, will not give us an idea when his
report will be issued: "... the OIG cannot give an estimate of
completion on our investigation into fraudulent Federal Employees
Compensation Act claims. However, we have already informed Senator
Gregg that we will provide him with any report that is prepared that
summarizes our findings."
I'm not sure where to go from here. Any ideas?
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