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The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2019 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events for OIG employees such as audit management training and law enforcement training. Each OIG sponsored event was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of training or work related activities for the attendees.

This Strategic Plan (1) contains the OIG mission, vision, and values, (2) sets forth the OIG's organization, statutory authority, and the environment in which the OIG operates, and (3) explains the OIG's five-year goals, guiding tenets, performance measures, and external factors that can affect the OIG's ability to meet these goals.

On October 22, the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency sent a letter to the Office of Legal Counsel in response to OLC's September 3 opinion on a whistleblower disclosure.

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2018 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events for OIG employees such as audit management meetings and law enforcement training. Each OIG sponsored event was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of training or work related activities for the attendees.

This Strategic Plan (1) contains the OIG mission, vision, and values, (2) sets forth the OIG's organization, statutory authority, and the environment in which the OIG operates, and (3) explains the OIG's five-year goals, guiding tenets, performance measures, and external factors that can affect the OIG's ability to meet these goals.

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2017 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events for OIG employees such as audit management meetings and law enforcement training. Each OIG sponsored event was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of training or work related activities for the attendees.

Article prepared for the American Bar Association's Section of Public Contract Law 2017 Annual Meeting

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2016 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events for OIG employees such as audit management meetings and law enforcement training. Each OIG sponsored event was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of training or work related activities for the attendees.

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