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The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2015 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events such as audit management meetings. Each OIG-sponsored event was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of work-related activities for the attendees. Individuals in the OIG received training at several events sponsored by others.

This public meeting presentation identifies GSA OIG's concerns with GSAR Case 2013-G504.

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2014 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal meetings and events such as firearms training and audit management meetings. Each OIG-sponsored conference was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of work-related activities for the attendees.

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2013 where the costs exceeded $100,000. The OIG sponsored several internal conferences such as investigations training/planning and audit planning. Each OIG-sponsored conference was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of work-related activities for the attendees.

The GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG) did not sponsor any conference in Fiscal Year 2012 where the costs exceeded $100,000.  The OIG sponsored several internal conferences such as firearms training, audit planning, and audit training.  The costs per conference (including travel) ranged from about $14,000 to $66,000.  Each OIG-sponsored conference was designed to minimize overall costs while providing a maximum amount of work-related activities (such as training) for the attendees.

by Brian D. Miller, Inspector General of the U.S. General Services Administration

Prepared for the ABA's 18th Annual Federal Procurement Institute in Annapolis, MD, March 22, 2012

Updated for Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics and Conduct Best Practices Forum in Washington, D.C., June 22, 2012

by Brian D. Miller, Inspector General

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