The OIG has issued its spring Semiannual Report to Congress, which summarizes major OIG activities during the period of October 2013 through March 2014. The OIG highlights “ramped up” oversight of Affordable Care Act implementation efforts, particularly with regard to eligibility systems, payment accuracy, contractor oversight, and data security associated with the Health Insurance Marketplaces. Other core areas for the OIG during this time included ensuring the appropriate use of prescription drugs by Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, CMS oversight of Medicare contractors, and grants oversight and management. With regard to enforcement activities during the first half of FY 2014, the OIG reported 465 criminal actions against individuals or entities that engaged in crimes against HHS programs, along with 266 civil actions (including false claims and unjust-enrichment lawsuits, civil monetary penalties settlements, and administrative recoveries related to provider self-disclosure matters), and exclusions of 1,720 individuals and entities from participation in federal health care programs. The OIG also expects recoveries of more than $3.1 billion in the first half of FY 2014 (about $295 million in audit receivables and $2.83 billion in investigative receivables.