Under Article XII, Section 2-422, Palm Beach County Code, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is created and established in Palm Beach County to:
Provide independent oversight of County and Municipal operations;
Detect and prevent fraud, waste, mismanagement, misconduct, and other abuses by elected and appointed officials and employees, agencies and instrumentalities, contractors, their subcontractors and lower tier subcontractors, and other parties doing business with the county or a municipality and/or receiving county or municipal funds;
Promote economy, efficiency and effectiveness in government; and
Conduct audits and investigations of, require production of documents from, and receive full and unrestricted access to the records.
OIG Mission, Vision, and Values
To promote integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness in government in order to enhance public trust in government.
To provide independent and objective insight, oversight, and foresight through audits, investigations, contract oversight, reviews, and outreach activities.
A high-performance team partnering with informed stakeholders making positive impact in government and increasing public trust.
Values (What we believe and How we behave)
Professionalism – We take pride in our purpose, profession, products, results, and conduct.
Respect – We are respectful of others and recognize their value.
Integrity – We do the right thing, the right way, for the right reason.
Dedication – We are dedicated to our purpose, our work, and the people we serve.
Excellence – We strive for excellence in everything we do.