Reports published by the OIG have been very useful in gaining insight into U.S. government agencies that incentivise circumcision and circumcision "research" (such as the CDC, FDA, NIAID and NIH), and in documenting the deficiencies in state Medicaid programs to help strengthen the case against continued funding of medically-unnecessary circumcision, so appropriately qualified readers might appreciate the opportunity to gain further insights and help hold these agencies and programs accountable.
If anyone should happen to be successful in landing a job or contract they first saw on these forums, it would be greatly appreciated if they could donate a certain percentage of net income (maybe 5%-10%) to an anti-circumcision organisation/s in the U.S. (or if you're not confident in donating the money, invest a similar amount in your own anti-circumcision activities).
As an auditor, you will help to prevent and detect fraud and abuse in the programs and operations of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS); identify systemic weaknesses; advise the Secretary and Congress about problems and deficiencies; and recommend improvements in costs, efficiency, and effectiveness.
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Medicare and Medicaid
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