MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The state government is getting $20 back for every dollar it spends to root out fraud in various social service programs. That’s according to a new report released Tuesday by Governor Scott Walker’s task force designed to dig up and eliminate fraud, waste, and abuse. With Walker’s blessing, the Health Services Department has set up an Inspector General’s office to investigate fraud and other internal concerns. The task force said the savings came from the parameters set up by the health agency’s inspector general. The task force report also said the health agency was reviewing the reasons that overtime at its 24-hour facilities had dropped by 18% from the past year. The report also said community corrections’ programs like probation-and-parole had their employee overtime go down by almost 90%. As the administration first reported in May, the task force cited $2.1 million in savings for prison guard overtime. That’s after Walker and GOP lawmakers ended what they called past abuses in correctional overtime, as required by union contracts that no longer exist.