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The Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides nationwide coverage of General Services Administration (GSA) programs and activities. The OIG consists of the following offices:

Office of Administration

A professional support staff that provides budget and financial management, contracting, facilities and support services, human resources, information technology services, and administers the OIG's records management program.

Office of Audits

An evaluative organization staffed with auditors and analysts that provides comprehensive coverage of GSA operations through program, financial, regulatory, and system audits and assessments of internal controls. The office conducts attestation engagements to assist GSA contracting officials in obtaining the best value for federal customers and American taxpayers. The office also provides other services to assist management in evaluating and improving its programs.

Office of Counsel to the Inspector General

An in-house legal staff that provides legal advice and assistance to all OIG components, represents the OIG in litigation arising out of or affecting OIG operations, and manages the OIG legislative and regulatory review.

Office of Inspections

A multi-disciplinary organization that analyzes and evaluates GSA’s programs and operations through management and programmatic inspections and evaluations that are intended to provide insight into issues of concern to GSA, Congress, and the American public. The office also coordinates quality assurance for the OIG, and analyzes potentially fraudulent or otherwise criminal activities in coordination with other OIG components.

Office of Investigations

A statutory federal law enforcement organization that conducts nationwide criminal, civil, and administrative investigations of illegal or improper activities involving GSA programs, operations, and personnel.

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