The Office of Inspector General's mission is to detect and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse, violations of law, and to promote economy, efficiency and effectiveness in the operations of the FCC. As an independent office within the FCC, OIG strives to promote accountability and performance in the management of FCC programs, policies and people by independently conducting audits and investigations, and recommending corrective action, when appropriate.
The FCC Inspector General is a Presidentially-appointed and Senate-confirmed officer with authority granted under Inspector General Act of 1978, 5 U.S.C. App., as amended (IG Act). Pursuant to the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018, the FCC is awaiting confirmation of the Presidential appointee.
The two operating components of FCC OIG are the Office of Audits and Office of Investigations. The Management Division supports both the Inspector General and the operating components by providing budget and administrative services.
David L. Hunt J.D.
News, Advisories and Outreach
Illinois-Based Charter School Management Company To Pay $4.5 Million To Settle Claims Relating To E-Rate Contracts
Chief Executive Officer of Staten Island Technology Company Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud
OIG issues outreach letter to Public Utility Commissions regarding complaints and other information related to the Lifeline program
Kentucky Man Pleads Guilty to Concealing Decade-Long E-Rate Wire Fraud Scheme
Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau’s Risk Management Strategy for Processing of Informal Consumer Complaints for FY2017 and FY2018 Transmittal Memo and Audit Report