U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General (USPS OIG)
From 2007 through October 2, 2022, the Postal Regulatory Commission Office of Inspector General (PRC OIG) provided valuable oversight aimed at promoting efficiency and detecting fraud, waste, and abuse. In 2022, Congress enacted the Postal Reform Act of 2022, which, among other changes, transferred responsibility for OIG oversight of the Commission to the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General (USPS OIG).
The USPS OIG is an independent agency within the Postal Service. Through the its investigations, audits, and research, the USPS OIG has historically ensured the accountability and transparency of postal operations and programs to protect against fraud, waste, and abuse. As of October 3, 2022, the USPS OIG’s mission expanded to include oversight of the Postal Regulatory Commission. For more information about the work of the USPS OIG or to report possible fraud, waste, or abuse, please visit www.uspsoig.gov.
For historical information about the work of the PRC OIG before October 2022, you may find an archive of reports it published here.