Who We Are
The Denali Commission Act, as amended and the Inspector General Act of 1978 (P.L. 95-452), as amended require the Denali Commission to have an Inspector General. The act requires the Inspector General to independently and objectively:
- Conduct audits and investigations of the Denali Commission programs and operations;
- Work with the Denali management team for activities designed to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness or that prevent and detect fraud and abuse in programs and operations; and
- Report OIG activities to the Authority and the U.S. Congress semiannually as of March 31 and September 30 each year
In January 2019, the Federal Labor Relations Authority Office of Inspector General entered into an agreement with the Denali Commission to provide a full range of Inspector General services, including investigating hotline complaints.
What We Do
The OIG’s mission is to provide independent oversight by conducting audits, investgations and other reviews of the programs and operations of the Denali Commission.
We carry out our mission by:
- conducting independent audits and reviews of Denali Commission programs and operations, the security of information technology, compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and the accuracy of financial reports; and
- investigating allegations of fraud and abuse.
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