Nov, 2011
Federal Bureau of Investigation's Integrity and Compliance Program
United States. Department of Justice. Office of the Inspector General
"In June 2007, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) established the Integrity and Compliance Program (ICP) to identify and mitigate legal compliance risks within the FBI. The ICP is designed to proactively identify and correct weaknesses in policy, training, monitoring, and auditing that could result in FBI employees violating the law as they conduct their work. The ICP is modeled on corporate compliance programs that institute systematic procedures to ensure that companies adhere to the laws that govern them. The ICP's goal is to prevent FBI employees from violating the laws and policies that govern their work by: (1) managing the Ethics and Standards of Conduct program (ethics program) and (2) identifying and reducing legal compliance risks in operations FBI-wide and at the program level. The FBI's Office of Integrity and Compliance (OIC) manages the ICP. The OIC's mission is to 'develop, implement and oversee a program that ensures that there are processes and procedures in place that facilitate FBI compliance with both the letter and spirit of all applicable laws, regulations, and policies.' The purpose of this Office of the Inspector General (OIG) review was to evaluate the effectiveness of the ICP."
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  • Publisher
    United States. Department of Justice. Office of the Inspector General
  • Report Number
    United States Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General: I-2012-001
  • Date
    Nov, 2011
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    United States Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General: www.justice.gov/oig/
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subject
    Politics and government
  • Resource Group
    Reports (OIG)

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