How does the Office of Inspector General keep Congress and the Chair informed?

The Inspector General is statutorily required to prepare semiannual reports for the Chair and Congress [Semi-Annual Reports | EEOC Office of Inspector General]. These reports, which are available to the public, must include the results of significant audits and investigations and the status of open recommendations.  Regularly, the Inspector General keeps the Chair and other agency officials informed by briefings and distributing documents.