WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission has asked the District of Columbia’s office of the chief financial officer to hand over nearly three years of internal audits, inspections, and investigations, following news reports that its process for tracking property taxes was faulty.

CFO Natwar Gandhi disclosed the SEC inquiry in a letter to Mayor Vincent Gray and District Council Chairman Phil Mendelson as well as in a disclosure supplement he proposed to add to bond documents for the district’s most recent debt issuance.

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