Office of Audit
The Office of Audit performs independent and objective reviews of the Commission’s programs and operations as well as reviews of the non-profit agencies that conduct business with AbilityOne. Our audits assess whether resources are allocated efficiently, funds spent properly, Commission goals are achieved, and applicable laws, policies, and regulations are followed. The Office of Audit also oversees the progress made on previous recommendations for corrective action. Our final audit reports are generally provided to the Commission Chairperson, those responsible for implementing corrective actions, and may also be made available to the public.
Audits are selected, planned, and performed to assess specific objectives by obtaining sufficient, appropriate evidence to reasonably support findings and conclusions. The OIG performs its audits and evaluations in accordance with applicable standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States and the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency.
OIG evaluations and inspections are reviews that do not constitute an audit or criminal investigation. OIG conducts Inspections and Evaluations according to CIGIE's Quality Standards for Inspections and Evaluations.