The Office of the Inspector General released a report September 28 in which it critiqued the way the Environmental Protection Agency reviewed scientific data to support its greenhouse gas regulation findings but concluded overall that the agency met statutory requirements for rulemaking. The report, Procedural Review of EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Endangerment Finding Data Quality Processes, said that the agency should have made public its review of a technical support document used in the endangerment finding in accordance with the White House Office of Management and Budget’s peer review process. The agency has 90 days to respond to the report, which was requested by Senate Environment and Public Works Ranking Member James Inhofe (R-OK).