Members of Congress criticize the Department of education over $6 billion in improper payments under the Federal student aid programs.
Government data show that the improper payments were made in the year 2016. They include payments to the wrong recipient or the wrong quantities.
Jay does not Hurt says — the chief financial officer of Federal Student Aid — to hear a house, a zero-percent rate of improper payments.
But GOP Rep. Virginia Foxx from North Carolina said she thinks the education Department should strive for no errors.
The official responsible for the administration of the Federal student aid resigned abruptly on Monday night and did not testify.
North Carolina Republican Mark Meadows, the slap in the face “” for the taxpayer.