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Note: After the July 22 Work Plan, we will update the plan quarterly. The next plan will be posted in mid-October. We hope this change will make it easier for the public to follow the status of our audit and evaluation projects.
The Work Plan presents the audits and evaluations that the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is conducting to assist the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) in fulfilling their respective missions. Our statutory mandates are our highest priority, and with our remaining resources, we focus on those programs and operations in which potential deficiencies pose the highest risk to the Board and the CFPB in achieving their strategic goals, objectives, and priorities; meeting budgetary and financial commitments; and complying with applicable laws, regulations, and guidance.
The Work Plan is updated quarterly. Each project is categorized as initiated, in development, or planned.
For a list of completed projects, please view the Audit Reports page on our website.
The OIG may be required to perform unanticipated work based on congressional requests, OIG Hotline complaints, new statutory mandates, or other input. Such work, as well as resource constraints, may result in our deferring, canceling, or modifying projects. Our effectiveness depends on our flexibility to address other priorities as they arise.
For congressional, media, or other inquiries, please email email@example.com or call John Manibusan at 202-973-5043.