The City of Chicago Office of Inspector General (OIG) Audit and Program Review Section (APR) has published a draft of its 2020 Audit Plan. The Plan includes details on audits that OIG is currently considering for the next year, as well as ongoing projects and audits completed year to date.
OIG is soliciting comments from City Council, City Hall, and the public until November 30th and will consider all comments in finalizing the 2020 Audit Plan. The Plan sets forth subjects intended for audit but does not provide an order of priority. Audit topics presented in the Plan may also change according to a variety of factors such as new events and information, as well as resources available.
The 2020 APR Draft Audit Plan is currently available at: bit.ly/OIG2020DraftAuditPlan
We encourage you to review and comment on the Plan. Take a quick survey (less than 4 minutes) at: https://www.research.net/r/583V6QY, or email us your thoughts at OIGNoticeandComment@igchicago.org. We want to hear from you about which issues resonate with your community and which topics have yet to be identified.
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The mission of the independent and non-partisan City of Chicago Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote economy, effectiveness, efficiency, and integrity by identifying corruption, waste, and mismanagement in City government. OIG is a watchdog for the taxpayers of the City and has jurisdiction to conduct investigations and audits into most aspects of City government. If you see corruption, fraud, or waste of any kind, we need to hear from you. For more information, visit our website at: www.igchicago.org.