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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.

Know Your Rights When Reporting Wrongs

Whistleblower disclosures can save lives as well as billions of taxpayer dollars. They play a critical role in keeping our government honest, efficient and accountable. Recognizing that whistleblowers root out waste, fraud and abuse, and protect public health and safety, federal laws strongly encourage employees to disclose wrongdoing. Federal laws also protect whistleblowers from retaliation.

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