Since we last blogged about the Office of Inspector General’s work plan, the OIG has updated its work plan to add several new projects and move back the estimated completion dates of several ongoing projects.

The OIG’s work plan updated as of June 26, 2015 includes the following new projects:

Ongoing projects:

  • Security Control Review of the CFPB’s Public Website (estimated completion fourth quarter 2015)
  • 2015 Audit of the CFPB’s Information Security Program (estimated completion fourth quarter 2015)
  • Evaluation of the CFPB’s Coordination With External Organizations to Implement Targeted Consumer Education (estimated completion first quarter 2016)
  • Audit of the CFPB’s Advisory Board and Councils (estimated completion second quarter 2016)

Planned projects:

  • Audit of the CFPB’s Contract Solicitation, Selection, and Award Process
  • CFPB Security Control Reviews

The OIG has also moved back the estimated completion dates of several ongoing projects previously estimated to be completed in the first or second quarter of 2015.  Those projects, which include audits of the CFPB’s contract management process, headquarters renovation costs, public consumer complaint database, and distribution of funds from the Civil Penalty Fund, and evaluations of the CFPB’s hiring process and effectiveness of the CFPB’s examination workpaper documentation, now have a third quarter 2015 estimated completion date.