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Established by the Inspector General Act of 1988, the Office of the Inspector General conducts independent audits, inspections, and investigations of GPO programs and offers an independent and objective means of keeping the Director of the GPO and Congress fully informed about problems and deficiencies relating to the agency’s administration and operations. Three divisions are responsible for fulfilling the OIG mission: Audits Division, Inspections/Program Analyses Division, and Investigations Division. For more information on our structure, see our Organization Chart.
Please view this introductory presentation to learn more about the Office of Inspector General. You will learn about who the OIG is, the various divisions within the GPO OIG Organization, the GPO Employee Role, and more… IG-101
Fraud Training: Detection and Prevention
FAQs about the OIG
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