Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Office of Inspector General
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - Office of Inspector General

Other OIG Offices

The Immediate Office consists of the Inspector General’s deputies and other staff who assist in coordination with the FDIC Chairman and Board of Directors, strategic planning, communications, Congressional relations, public affairs, and other priority areas.

Office of General Counsel is responsible for providing independent legal services to the Inspector General and the managers and staff of the OIG.  Its primary function is to provide legal advice and counseling and interpret the authorities of, and laws related to, the OIG.  The Office also provides legal research and opinions; reviews audit, evaluation, and investigative reports for legal considerations; represents the OIG in personnel-related cases; advises on Whistleblower protection; coordinates responses to requests and appeals made pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act; prepares OIG subpoenas for issuance; reviews draft FDIC regulations and draft FDIC and OIG policies and proposed or existing legislation, commenting when warranted; and coordinates with the FDIC Legal Division.

The Office of Management is the management operations arm of the OIG with responsibility for providing business support for the OIG, including financial resources, human resources, and IT support; the OIG’s internal and external Web sites; contracting activities; coordination of OIG reviews of FDIC proposed policy and directives; and OIG policy development.

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