Democrats could bring more oversight to DoD audits in 2019

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The Defense Department’s failure to get a clean financial audit in its first go around has riled some members of Congress. California Democrat Mark DeSaulnier has introduced a bill called the Defense Waste Reduction Act and he promises more oversight once his party is in the majority. He joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for more discussion.

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