OIGS

AcronymDefinition
OIGSOsaka International Gift Show (Osaka, Japan)
OIGSOutreach Institute of Gender Studies (est. 1975; Augusta, ME)
OIGSOn India Government Service
OIGSOld Instonians Golf Society (UK)
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lease, the Office of Inspectors General (OIG) from both the Departments
(234) POGO noted that even OPR's longstanding lead lawyer said publicly in 2007 that OIG is "a quick and efficient office" and that "given the 'arguable ineffectiveness or limited effectiveness of the current [OPR],' the OIG should take over." (235) POGO called for the DOJ OIG to be granted authority to investigate misconduct throughout the department, just like all other agency OIGs: "It's time to end this wrong-headed exception and to create more independent oversight of and accountability for DOJ attorneys." (236)
(11) Guy Hermet, "A democratizagao dos pai'ses emergentes e as relates entre o Estado, as OIGs e as ONGs" in C.
USAID Office of Inspector General (OIG) ($5.6 million USAID OIG) 14
• Prior to delivering any products, confirm any suspicious orders with the agency's and GSA's Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
(14) Estas discussoes, em particular da parte dos defensores do retorno da "Decada bilateral" muitas vezes escondem o perfil da historia diplomatica brasileira que em inumeras oportunidades comprovou que nao existe incompatibilidade em negociar simultaneamente com os EUA, outros atores e OIGs. Da mesma forma, revelam uma certa incompreensao da tradicao das Relacoes Internacionais estadunidenses que demonstram que o pais tradicionalmente beneficia parceiros com forte poder de barganha e nao os que buscam alinhamentos.
The steady decline of UPCODE from 1998-2001 is evidence that the OIGs enforcement actions were necessary to rein in upcoding.
Un primer tipo de presion se da cuando los grupos de oposicion, las ONGs y los movimientos sociales domesticos se conectan con movimientos transnacionales y con ONGIs, quienes luego convencen a las Organizaciones Internacionales Gubernamentales (OIGs) de derechos humanos, a los grupos de donantes y/o a las grandes potencias de que presionen al estado que viola la norma.