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Working at the Smithsonian

Office of the Inspector General
  • The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) reports only to the Board of Regents and Congress which gives the office great latitude to carry on its responsibility to conduct audits and investigations relating to Smithsonian programs and operations, promote economy and efficiency by auditing operating policies and procedures and recommending solutions and for detecting and preventing fraud, waste and abuse in Institutional programs and operations.
  • The IG also reviews and makes recommendations regarding existing and proposed legislation and regulations affecting Smithsonian operations. Staff members have backgrounds as financial auditors, criminal investigators and management analysts.

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