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Posted on April 8 at 2:58 p.m.
From the article: "Since taking office, Secretary Sebelius has led ambitious efforts to improve America’s health and enhance the delivery of human services to some of the nation’s most vulnerable populations, including young children"
Many of those children and vulnerable populations are also endangered by corruption at HHS funded agencies.
I would love for Sebelius to address the appearance of systematic violations of the rights of children and parents by HHS funded Title IV-D and IV-E agencies. In Michigan, major news outlets reported that at least two children were improperly removed from their parents care by so called "orders" which appear to have been created by social workers wielding rubber stamps. In Kentucky, major news outlets reported that children were found with foster parents with criminal records. In Connecticut, an HHS Inspector's General report found that federal laws requiring background checks were ignored. Sebelius's Inspector General relies on "annual self assessments" rather than meaningful audits of these programs, which appears to violate the Single Audit Act and the government auditing standards. (More information is available in the reddit men's rights FAQ)
Caring for these children requires the effective administration and faithfully and auditing of HHS funded programs, and I hope that Sebelius will reform her agency to protect vulnerable Americans, but, for now, those children and parents must hope for justice and persevere.
On Fielding Graduate University Hosts Women in Leadership Panel featuring US Secretary Kathleen Sebelius