The Inspector General is responsible for conducting a wide range of audit activity covering OPM programs and
administrative operations. This activity includes such diverse areas as financial
statement audits required by the Chief Financial Officers Act (CFO Act); President's
Council on Integrity and Efficiency governmentwide audits; audits of agency compliance
with laws and regulations, such as the Prompt Payment Act and Federal Manager's Financial
Integrity Act; and performance audits of OPM programs that involve the range of the
agency's responsibilities for retirement, employee development, and personnel management
AUDITS OF OPM CONTRACTORS:
The Inspector General is also responsible for auditing the activities of Office of Personnel Management contracts
with private sector firms who underwrite and provide health and life insurance benefits to
federal employees, annuitants and their dependents and survivors through the Federal
Employees Health Benefits Program and the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Program.
The Inspector General also audits local organizations who administer the Combined Federal Campaigns
and OPM contracts for goods and services.
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