The Compliance Division investigates allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption; educates City employees, elected officials, board members and staff regarding corruption hazards; recommends measures toaddress vulnerabilities; and holds accountable those found to have engaged in misconduct.
The Independent Procurement Review Division (IPro), reviews procurement records of solicitations with an aggregate value of $1 million or more to note areas of concern and corrective actions taken before the City Council considers legislation to approve contracts.
The City of Atlanta Office of the Inspector General issues policy and procedure recommendations (PPRs) to City departments to address vulnerabilities identified through our investigations.
Established in 2020, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) works to identify and investigate fraud, waste,
abuse, and corruption within the City of Atlanta’s municipal government.
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