Per Article XII, Section 2-422, Palm Beach County Code, this OIG was established in 2010 to "Enhance Public Trust in Government". The OIG has complete independent oversight authority at both County and Municipal levels to ensure accountability and transparency to the citizens of Palm Beach County. Additional jurisdiction includes Solid Waste Authority, Children's Services Council and the Health Care District. Unlike other Inspectors General that report to their governing board or agency head, the Inspector General in Palm Beach County reports to the citizens of Palm Beach County.
About this Site
This site provides you access to every report issued by the OIG, information about the role of the OIG, and answers to frequently asked questions. We also include information about what to expect when contacted by OIG staff, standards that the OIG follows, links to other useful websites, and how to report waste, fraud or abuse.
Click the top tabs (Home, Report Waste, Fraud or Abuse, About OIG, Be Informed, Get Involved and Contact Us) for additional content information.
Our office provides training designed to educate elected and appointed officials, county and municipal department employees, contractors, sub-contractors and other parties doing business with the county and municipalities and/or receiving county or municipal funds on the role of the OIG, "red flags" to watch out for, as well as increase awareness of potential violations.