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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

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.

By Brian D. Miller, Inspector General, General Services Administration.

This document was developed with help of earlier discussions of the U.S. Department of Justice's National Procurement Fraud Task Force of which IG Miller is Co-Chair.

The purpose of this document is to highlight challenges to the General Services Administration's (GSA) implementation of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The Recovery Act provided $5.55 billion to the GSA for the construction of courthouses, Federal buildings, and land ports of entry as well as measures to convert Federal buildings to High Performance Green Buildings. The Recovery Act also provided GSA with $300 million to improve the fuel efficiency of Government vehicles.

This document highlights the important work of the NPFTF.

by Brian D. Miller, Inspector General, General Services Administration and Andrew Patchan Jr., Assistant Inspector General for Audits, General Services Administration.

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