The Search for Accountability is a monthly half-hour broadcast to increase public knowledge and visibility of how the federal Offices of the Inspector General (OIG) and the Government Accountability Office (GAO) work to improve the performance, accountability, and integrity of government. The show is hosted by Michael Binder, Director, Government Audit Training Institute and Federal Financial Management Programs at Graduate School USA. As a federal auditing thought leader, Binder will interview federal inspectors general and others to discuss their work behind the scenes, in providing oversight for accountability, improvements, and enforcement. The program raises awareness of the good work federal inspectors general do, tells great stories, and highlights the importance of integrity of, and public trust in, governmental operations ? aligning with the IG Act intent of "promoting economy, efficiency and effectiveness, and preventing and detecting fraud, waste, and abuse."