Report #19-N-0070, February 12, 2019. Pursuant to our role under the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) of 2010, we reviewed the CSB's compliance for fiscal year 2018 with improper payments legislation and guidance.
Report #18-P-0030, October 30, 2017. Weaknesses in the Identity and Access Management and Incident Response metric domains leave the CSB vulnerable to attacks occurring and not being detected in a timely manner.
June 9, 2014. The Office of Inspector General is beginning work to update the fiscal year 2014 list of areas we consider to be the key management challenges confronting the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.
Report #16-N-0221, June 29, 2016. Attention to CSB management challenges could result in stronger results and protection for the public, and increased confidence in management integrity and accountability.
Report #16-N-0018, Oct 22, 2015. Attention to CSB management challenges could result in stronger results and protection for the public, and increased confidence in management integrity and accountability.
Report #16-P-0086, January 27, 2016. The effectiveness of the CSB’s information security program is challenged by its lack of personal identity verification cards for logical access, complete system inventory.
Report #16-P-0254, August 1, 2016. CSB has one system that contains sensitive PII. Safeguarding such information in the possession of the government and preventing its breach is essential to ensuring CSB retains the trust of the American public.
Report #15-P-0304, September 30, 2015.At a public meeting, CSB passed a motion to terminate five investigations on which it had already spent over $800,000 in taxpayer funds without announcing the planned motion in advance, as required by the Sunshine Act.
Report #15-P-0245, July 31, 2015. CSB's acquisition process is at risk and may have ineffective operations without a strategy to implement controls. Further, CSB has limited evidence it contracted at the best value.