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SIGTARP Management Advisory Backfill Costs in Michigan Blight Program

Treasury Has Been Effective at Shifting the Hardest Hit Fund To Assist Homeowners Suffering Pandemic Related Hardships, Efforts That Could Be Further Enhanced

SIGTARP Recommends Treasury Put To Better Use Unspent Funds In Tarp To Enhance Existing Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Through Hardest Hit Fund In Light Of Recent Significant Unemployment

Progress in Protecting Against Asbestos Exposure, Contaminated Soil, and Illegal Dumping in the TARP-Funded Demolition Program in Detroit

Evaluation of Hardest Hit Fund Status and Wind Down Planning

Evaluation of Public Reporting in the Making Home Affordable Program

Hardest Hit Fund Important Fraud and Waste Prevention Control

Improvements in State Agency Oversight Needed to Prevent Asbestos Exposure and Fraud in Blight Demolitions

Evaluation of the Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination in Michigan and Demolition Activities in Detroit

Travel and Conference Charges to the Hardest Hit Fund that Violated Federal Regulations

Most of the $9.6 Billion Hardest Hit Fund Has No Federal Competition Requirements for Contract Awards

Risk of Asbestos Exposure, Illegal Dumping, and Contaminated Soil Found in Federal Blight Elimination Program

Mismanagement of the Hardest Hit Fund in Georgia

State Housing Agencies Charged $3 Million in Unnecessary Expenses to the Hardest Hit Fund

Improving TARP's Investment in American Workers

Hardest Hit Fund Administrative Expenses, Operating Expenses or Other Spending of TARP Funds

Waste and Abuse in the Hardest Hit Fund in Nevada

Treasury’s HHF Blight Elimination Program Lacks Important Federal Protections Against Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

Mortgage Servicers Have Wrongfully Terminated Homeowners Out of the HAMP Program

Hardest Hit Fund: State Pension Obligations

SIGTARP Alert: Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) Blight Elimination Risk

Homeowners have Struggled with Low Admission Rates and Lengthy Delays in TARP’s Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) Housing Program

Factors Impacting the Effectiveness of Hardest Hit Fund Florida

Treasury's Opportunity to Increase HAMP's Effectiveness by Reaching More Homeowners in States Underserved by HAMP

Treasury Should Do Much More to Increase the Effectiveness of the TARP Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program

The Legacy of TARP’s Bank Bailout Known as the Capital Purchase Program

Homeowners Can Get Lost in the Shuffle and Suffer Harm When Their Servicer Transfers Their Mortgage But Not the HAMP Application or Modification

Review of the Status of the Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program and the Factors Affecting Its Implementation

Treasury Significantly Loosened Executive Pay Limits Resulting in Excessive Compensation for Top Employees at GM and Ally Financial

Treasury Should Use HAMP and HHF Together to Help as Many Homeowners as Possible Avoid Foreclosure

Banks and Credit Unions in TARPs CDCI Program Face Challenges

Taxpayer Complaints to Hotline Help SIGTARP Fight Fraud and Highlight Continuing Problems with TARP Housing Programs

Treasury Approved Large Decreases in the Estimated Number of Homeowners to be Helped by States Through TARP’s HHF Program

Treasury’s Role in the Decision for GM to Provide Pension Payments to Delphi Employees

Rising Redefaults of HAMP Mortgage Modifications Hurt Homeowners, Communities, and Taxpayers

Banks that Used the Small Business Lending Fund to Exit TARP

Taxpayers Continue to Own 74% of GMAC From the TARP Bailout

Treasury Continues Approving Excessive Pay for Top Executives at Bailed-Out Companies

AIG Remains in TARP as TARP's Largest Investment

The NPV Test’s Impact on HAMP

TARP & SBLF: Impact on Community Banks

Factors Affecting Implementation of the Hardest Hit Fund Program

The Special Master’s Determinations for Executive Compensation of Companies Receiving Exceptional Assistance Under TARP

Exiting TARP: Repayment by the Largest Financial Institutions

Legal Fees Paid Under the Troubled Asset Relief Program: An Expanded Report

Treasury's Process for Contracting for Professional Services under TARP

Extraordinary Financial Assistance Provided to Citigroup, Inc.

Selecting Fund Managers for the Legacy Securities Public-Private Investment Program

Factors Affecting the Decisions of General Motors and Chrysler to Reduce Their Dealership Networks

Treasury's Monitoring of Compliance with TARP Requirements by Companies Receiving Exceptional Assistance

Assessing Treasury’s Process to Sell Warrants Received From TARP Recipients

Factors Affecting Implementation of the Home Affordable Modification Program

Additional Insight on Use of Troubled Asset Relief Program Funds

Factors Affecting Efforts to Limit Payments to AIG Counterparties

Extent of Federal Agencies' Oversight of AIG Compensation Varied, and Important Challenges Remain

Emergency Capital Injections Provided to Support the Viability of Bank of America, Other Major Banks, and the U.S. Financial System

Despite Evolving Rules on Executive Compensation, SIGTARP Survey Provides Insights on Compliance

Opportunities to Strengthen Controls to Avoid Undue External Influence over Capital Purchase Program Decision Making

SIGTARP Survey Demonstrates That Banks Can Provide Meaningful Information On Their Use Of TARP Funds