In fulfillment of the Inspector General Act, the Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) provides auditing, investigative, and other services to support and assist the SBA in achieving its statutory mission. The OIG provides independent, objective oversight to improve the integrity, accountability, and performance of the SBA and its programs for the benefit of the American people. The OIG seeks to improve SBA programs by identifying key issues facing the Agency, recommending corrective actions, and promoting a high level of integrity.
The Inspector General, a Presidentially-appointed and Senate-confirmed officer, keeps the SBA Administrator and the Congress fully informed of any problems, recommends corrective actions, and monitors progress in the implementation...
Statutory Responsibilities The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is an independent and objective oversight office created within SBA by the Inspector General Act. The Inspector General Act specifies that the OIG will:...
Please refer to the attached PDF file for an organization chart for the Office of Inspector General.
The attached pdf document contains the Office of Inspector General's Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2012-2017.