EPA's Office of Inspector General
- Notification: Audit of EPA’s Fiscal Year 2017 Financial Statements
- Report: Over $774 Million of Puerto Rico State Revolving Funds at Risk
- Report: Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission Complied With Most Federal Requirements but Claimed Some Unallowable Costs
- Report: EPA-Funded What’s Upstream? Advocacy Campaign Did Not Violate Lobbying Prohibitions
- Report: EPA Needs to Provide Leadership and Better Guidance to Improve Fish Advisory Risk Communications
What is the EPA OIG?
- We are an independent office within EPA that helps the agency protect the environment in a more efficient and cost effective manner.
- We perform audits, evaluations, and investigations of EPA and its contractors, to promote economy and efficiency, and to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse.
- We strive to provide solutions to problems that ultimately result in making America a cleaner and healthier place.
OIG Independence of EPA
The EPA's Office of Inspector General is a part of EPA, although Congress provides our funding separate from the agency, to ensure our independence. We were created pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended Exit.
- File an OIG Hotline Complaint
- Subscribe to the OIG
- Contact the OIG
- FOIA Requests
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