The USAID OIG is responsible for conducting oversight activities and detecting and preventing fraud, waste, abuse, and violations of law in the operations of USAID. The mission of OIG is "to safeguard and strengthen U.S. foreign assistance through timely, relevant, and impactful oversight," and the OIG relies on its program offices, including the Front Office, Audit, Management, and Investigation divisions, to ensure effective mission delivery. The OIG conducts audit and investigative activities in roughly 100 countries across the globe and has offices in 12 locations to support operations.
The Academy will conduct a multi-phase assessment of the USAID OIG that includes:
The Academy has appointed a five-member Expert Advisory Group (EAG) to oversee and guide this study.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the study, please contact, Brenna Isman, Director of Academy Studies (BIsman@napawash.org).