House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) has asked Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long to produce documents related to his travel, following reports that Long used government vehicles and employees to drive him to and from his home in North Carolina on several weekends.
According to a letter posted by the Oversight Committee, Gowdy asked for records of when Long used a governmental vehicle for personal travel and the communications associated with tasking a FEMA employee accompany him on those trips. Gowdy also asked Long to “produce policies relating to the use of government-owned or government-leased vehicles by non-career officials,” he said.
Long is currently under an internal investigation from the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general for the matter, a probe launched at Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s request.
Read the full letter below: