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Additional members of the Council include liaisons to other executive councils, committees and boards, including the chair of the Information Technology Resources Board, and representatives from the Chief Financial Officers Council and the Procurement Executive Council.
Instead of any such direct linkage between inspectors general and the president, explains Kinghorn, there are three OMB boards that deal with the problems they raise: "There's the PCIE - the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency: there's the PCMI - the President's Council on Management Improvement; and the Chief Financial Officers Council.
Participating in the Summit were members of the joint Chief Financial Officers Council (CFOC)/Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) working group that will report to Congress this summer on recommended changes to the CFO Act.