How to be a more transparent and accountable OIG advisory: the OIG advice
The OIG is the U.S. government’s central government-run audit agency, tasked with ensuring that the financial institutions in America are being paid fairly for their work.
But it has also been a source of criticism, especially since its creation in 2009, when the financial crisis brought on the Great Recession.
As of March 2016, the OIC had earned the ire of both the public and politicians alike.
A new OIG report will be released this week, and it will be an attempt to address some of the problems that the agency has encountered in the past, including how the OIF’s advisory opinion process works.
While the report will focus on the role of OIF, it will also examine how the agency was set up and how it has changed over the years.
The report will also explore how it will work with OIF to improve the process for other agencies, and whether it should continue to be the primary source of advice for federal auditors.
The report, which will be published on March 12 by the Government Accountability Office, was commissioned in order to improve OIF.
The report comes on the heels of the release of a similar one earlier this year by the Office of Government Ethics, which found the OIOG had been “irresponsible in how it treats its advisory opinion.”
The OIG has faced a number of criticisms over the past several years.
In 2012, for instance, Congress passed legislation to limit the amount of money that the OII can accept.
But the OIO, which handles OIF payments, has remained largely independent of the government.