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May 27, 2014

Board-CFPB OIG Launches New Website

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Office of Inspector General
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

For Immediate Release
May 27, 2014

Contact: John Manibusan
[email protected]


Accessibility and Communication Are Improved

WASHINGTON, DC—The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Board) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) launched a new public website today that delivers a better user experience and is reader-friendly on mobile devices and tablets. Site improvements include intuitive navigational features, clearer content, and cleaner design elements.

“This redesign is just one example of our commitment to continuous improvement,” said Mark Bialek, Inspector General for the Board and the CFPB. “Designed with input from our stakeholders, we believe our new site provides greater accessibility to our information that will enhance our communication to the Board, the CFPB, Congress, and the public.”

The OIG’s new site offers

  • clearer information about who we are, what we do, and how agency employees and others can help, including expanded FAQs about the OIG in general, as well as our audits, investigations, and Hotline
  • easy navigation to our Work Plan, Semiannual Reports to Congress, and OIG reports, including the ability to sort audit reports by the Board or the CFPB, by year, or by oversight area
  • all reports since 2013 in an easy-to-read HTML format for mobile devices and tablets
  • a new Hotline section that provides an online form for reporting fraud, waste, or abuse, which supplements the traditional reporting methods of phone, e-mail, fax, or mail

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The OIG provides independent oversight of the Board and the CFPB to improve their programs and operations and to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse.