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Joint Committee on Government & Finance

Commission on Special Investigations

Investigating Public Corruption & Other Matters of the State

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Originally created during the Second Extraordinary Session of the Legislature, September 1968, as the Purchasing Practices and Procedures Commission, and continued as a statutory body during the 1971 Regular Session, the Commission consists of five members of the Senate to be appointed by the President and five members of the House of Delegates to be appointed by the Speaker; headed by co-chairs, one for the Senate and one for the House, presently the President and Speaker; members shall receive travel, interim and out-of-state expenses and shall employ legal, technical, investigative, clerical, stenographic, advisory and other personnel it deems needed; authority of the Commission was expanded during the 1980 Regular Session, to include any investigations involving possible malfeasance or misfeasance of matters of the state and its name was changed to the Commission on Special Investigations (CSI).

CONTACT

301 Eagle Mountain Road
Room 218
Charleston, WV 25311-1061

Telephone: 304-347-4120
Fax: 304-347-4129
E-Mail: csi@wvcsi.gov

LINKS

Commission Members
Annual Report

MISSION

In accordance with West Virginia Code, Chapter 4, Article 5, et. seq., it shall be the mission of the Commission on Special Investigations to:

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