WHO: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

WHAT: Through poor oversight of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, HHS wasted more than $100 million. $671,000 was allotted to individuals whose income made them ineligible, $370,000 was given to 725 people in prison, and $3.9 million went to program applicants who co-opted dead people's identities.

WHY IT'S AN OUTRAGE: While it is a state's responsibility to ensure that it isn't defrauded, the Government Accountability Office found that HHS offered little leadership -- and ultimately, since HHS is doling out the checks, it's the department's responsibility.

WHERE TO VENT: HHS Administration for Children and Families at 202-401-9351.

Compiled by Anna Dorminey, an Examiner intern through the National Journalism Center.