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OIG Strategic Plan FY 2018 - 2021

OIG provides independent and objective oversight that promotes economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the programs and operations of EEOC.  OIG’s program integrity and oversight activities are shaped by legislative and budgetary requirements and adhere to professional standards established by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and the Inspector General community.  

EEOC OIG Special Agent Recognized for Investigation of Global Computer Enterprises and its President Raed Muslimani for Violating Federal Contracting Laws

Washington, DC – On May 11, 2016, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Office of Inspector General Special Agent, Lisa G. Lewis, received, as a member of a multi-agency investigative team, a 2016 Public Service Award from the United States Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division, for her work on the investigation of Global Computer Enterprises, Inc. (GCE) of Reston, Virginia, and its President and sole owner Raed Muslimani.

Fiscal Year 2016 Risk Assessment of the EEOC’s Purchase Card Program

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted a risk assessment of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) purchase card program to determine the frequency and scope of future audits.  The results of the risk assessment show that the risk of illegal, improper, or erroneous use in the EEOC’s purchase card program is low.  As a result, we will not include an audit of the EEOC’s purchase card program in the OIG’s 2016 annual audit plan.  We will continue to work with management to resolve outstanding recommendations relating to the purchase card program.

EEOC Among Several Federal Agencies to Receive Settlement from Global Computer Enterprises, Inc. (GCE)

GCE to settle $9 million in civil claims to the United States stemming from allegations that it concealed its utilization of prohibited employees on software services contracts with the federal government.

For the complete story regarding EEOC’s settlement with Global Computer Enterprises, Inc. please visit http://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/it-software-services-contractor-and-its-president-agree-pay-9-million-settle-civil

 

OIG Strategic Framework 2015 - 2017

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) outlines the vision and priorities that guide the office as we carry out our mission to protect the integrity of EEOC programs and operations and the health and welfare of the people they serve through its Strategic Framework.  A Strategic Framework is a comprehensive picture of the organization's strategy. It clarifies how individual efforts and team projects can be connected to achieve the best outcome.

OIG Fraud Alert

“Phishing” is a general term for criminals’ creation and use of e-mails and websites – designed
to look like e-mails and websites of well known legitimate businesses, financial institutions, and
government agencies – in order to deceive Internet users into disclosing their bank and financial
account information, or other personal data such as usernames and passwords. The “phishers”
then take that information and use it for criminal purposes, such as identity theft and fraud.

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EEOC OIG Audit Organization System Peer Reviews

A system of quality control encompasses EEOC OIG's organizational structure and the policies adopted and procedures established to provide it with reasonable assurance of conforming with Government Auditing Standards. The elements of quality control are described in Government Auditing Standards. EEOC OIG is responsible for designing a system of quality control and complying with it to provide EEOC OIG with reasonable assurance of performing and reporting in conformity with applicable professional standards in all material respects.

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