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The General Services Administration (GSA) provides centralized procurement for the Federal Government, with billions of dollars worth of products, services, and facilities that federal agencies need to serve the public.
GSA helps federal agencies build and acquire office space, products, and other workspace services, and oversee the preservation of historic federal properties. Their policies covering travel, property, and management practices promote efficient government operations.
The General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) was established on October 1, 1978, as one of the original 12 OIGs created by the Inspector General Act of 1978 to provide oversight at preventing inefficient or unlawful operations within the GSA.
General Services Administration OIG Special Agents are Criminal Investigators and Federal Law Enforcement Officers pursuant to Section 6(e)(3) of the IG Act of 1978 and are trained at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, Georgia.
The General Services Administration OIG is charged with identifying, auditing, and investigating fraud, waste, abuse, embezzlement, and mismanagement by conducting independent and objective investigations relating to GSA programs, operations, and personnel.
The GSA Office of the Inspector General consists of special agents with full statutory federal law enforcement authority to make arrests, execute search warrants, serve subpoenas, and carry concealed weapons. Special agents conduct investigations that may be criminal, civil, or administrative in nature and often involve complex fraud schemes.
GSA Office of the Inspector General investigations can also involve theft, false statements, extortion, embezzlement, bribery, anti-trust violations, credit card fraud, diversion of excess government property, and digital crimes.