The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has filed his latest quarterly report to Congress. He is quite busy as the total number of ongoing investigations is 267. He is producing results. In the last quarter SIGAR produced three criminal indictments, one criminal information charge, three arrests, three convictions, one sentencing, over $200,000 in restitutions, and more than $5.5 million in savings for the U.S. government. Recent audits could not account for $27,229,340 because of poor internal control and noncompliance with requirements, such as incorrect employee payments and miscalculations of travel costs, exceeding maximum budgets without prior approval, and insufficient documentation to support project expenses.