The Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides nationwide coverage of General Services Administration (GSA) programs and activities. The OIG consists of the following offices:
A professional support staff that provides budget and financial management, contracting, facilities and support services, human resources, and information technology services.
An evaluative unit staffed with auditors and analysts who provide comprehensive coverage of GSA operations through program performance reviews, internal control assessments, and financial and mandated compliance audits. It also conducts external reviews in support of GSA contracting officials to ensure fair contract prices and adherence to contract terms and conditions.
An in-house legal staff that offers legal counsel to all OIG components; provides litigation support in cases affecting OIG operations and in false claims cases involving GSA contracts; manages the OIG's legislative and regulatory review functions; and coordinates the OIG FOIA program.
A multidisciplinary organization that conducts analyses and evaluations of GSA programs and operations through management and programmatic reviews intended to provide insights into issues of concern to GSA, Congress, and the American public. In addition, the office formulates, directs, and coordinates quality assurance for the OIG and undertakes special projects and analyses as required by the Inspector General.
An investigative unit that manages a nationwide program to prevent, detect, and investigate illegal or improper activities involving GSA programs, operations, and personnel.