Office of Inspector General

The purpose of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to prevent fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement and to promote effectiveness and efficiency in government. 

OIG is an independent entity within the Peace Corps. The Inspector General reports directly to Congress and the Peace Corps Director, keeping them fully and currently informed concerning the programs and operations of the Peace Corps. The inspector general for the Peace Corps is Kathy A Buller.

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The objective of this Management Advisory Report was to create an understanding of how drug use among Volunteers has affected the agency and its Volunteers since 2015, and how challenges in enforcement and data gathering have impeded agency efforts to address the problem. This report included six recommendations.

  • Management Advisory

The Fiscal Years 2019 to 2021 OIG Strategic Plan includes the long-range goals and objectives designed to enhance OIG oversight in support of the Peace Corps and its three goals.

  • Plans & Reports

This semiannual report informs Congress of the Peace Corps Office of Inspector General's work for October 1, 2017 through March 31, 2018.

  • Annual Report
From @PCOIG Twitter
117 potential years of Volunteer service were lost due to drug use over the three-year period we examined. pg 2:…

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The purpose of the OIG Hotline is to receive complaints of fraud, waste, or abuse in Peace Corps programs and operations, including mismanagement or violations of law, rules or regulations by Peace Corps employees, contractors, volunteers, or trainees. Complaints may be received directly from Peace Corps employees, contractors, volunteers, trainees, or the general public.

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Peace Corps
Office of Inspector General
P.O. Box 57129
Washington, DC 20037-7129