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FDIC OIG Reports in the Spotlight

pointer  Semiannual Report to the Congress [ 4mb ] (September 30, 2008)    

pointer  Independent Evaluation of the FDIC’s Information Security Program-2008

pointer  Reliability of Supervisory Information Accessed Through the Virtual Supervisory Information on the Net (ViSION) System

pointer  Energy Efficiency of the FDIC’s Virginia Square Facility and Information Technology Data Center

pointer  FDIC’s Receivership Service Billing Process

pointer  FDIC’s Controls Over Contractor Invoice Approval, Payment, and Posting to the General Ledger

pointer  Controls Over Contractor Payments for Relocation Services

pointer  Protection of Resolution and Receivership Data Managed or Maintained by an FDIC Contractor
The FDIC Office of Inspector General (FDIC OIG) is an independent unit that conducts audits, investigations, and other reviews of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's (FDIC) programs and operations. The OIG promotes the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of FDIC programs and operations, and protects against fraud, waste, and abuse, to assist and augment the FDIC's contribution to the stability of, and public confidence in, the nation's financial system. Congress established the FDIC to supervise banks, insure deposits, and help maintain a stable and sound banking system.
Other Highlights
pointer  OIG 2008 Business Plan - html

pointer  Mortgage Fraud Prosecutions and Additional Resources Buttress On-Going Mortgage Fraud Crackdown

pointer  More Than 400 Defendants Charged for Roles in Mortgage Fraud Schemes as Part of Operation “Malicious Mortgage

pointer  Decatur Man Sentenced to 19 ½ Years in Prison for Real Estate Flipping Scheme

pointer  Former Bank Vice President Sentenced for $569,115 Embezzlement and Money Laundering

pointer  Thirteen People Indicted, Seven More Plead Guilty, in $20 Million Home Equity Loan Scheme

pointer  Press Release: Dallas Real Estate Investor Sentenced to More Than 11 Years in Federal Prison, Without Parole, in Mortgage Fraud Scheme

pointer  Press Release: Securities Sales Rep Pleads Guilty to Role in Dallas-Based Amerifirst Securities Fraud

pointer  Office of Inspector General Fiscal Year 2008 Appropriation Request for the Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government Committee on Appropriations U.S. Senate; April 30, 2007

pointer  Press Release: Former President of Canton State Bank and His Wife Are Sentenced on Multiple Federal Charges Involving Fraudulantly Obtained Loans

pointer  Press Release: Former Wall Street Executive Sentenced to 24 Months In Prison; Pays $11 Million in Restitution

pointer  Press Release: Seattle Man Pleads Guilty to Falsifying Bank Records

pointer  Press Release: Former Wall Street Executive Admits $12 Million Bank Securities Fraud Conspiracy

pointer  Press Release: Jury Finds Owner of Stardancer Casinos Guilty on 28 Counts of Fraud

pointer  Press Release: Federal Jury Convicts Real Estate Investor in Mortgage Fraud Scheme

pointer  Press Release: Individuals Found Guilty of Conspiracy and Fraud Related to Boulder Based BestBank Failure


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