Office of Inspector General
The requirement for each state agency to have an Office of Inspector General is found in section 20.055(2), F.S. This provision was created by section 7 of Chapter 94-235, Laws of Florida. It created in all state agencies an Office of Inspector General to provide a central point for coordination of and responsibility for activities that promote accountability, integrity and efficiency in government. The Inspector General for the Florida Department of State is appointed by and reports to the Secretary of State. Florida law requires the Secretary of State to appoint the Inspector General without regard to political affiliation.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) mission is to promote accountability, integrity and efficiency for the citizens of Florida by providing objective, timely audit and investigative services. The OIG conducts independent and objective audits, investigations as well as review of agency issues and programs to assist the department in accomplishing its mission.
Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Annual Report (PDF 731 KB)
Audit of Financial Information on Six State Aid to Libraries Grants awarded in Fiscal Year 2011-2012 - Report Number 2013-12 (PDF 554 KB)
OIG Risk Assessment and Proposed 2013-2014 Work Plan (PDF 181 KB)
Audit of Endowments Awarded to the Orlando Museum of Art, Inc. and Boca Raton Historical Society, Inc. Report Number 2013-13
Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Annual Report (PDF 616 KB)
OIG Risk Assessment and Proposed 2012-2013 Work Plan (PDF 190 KB)
Contract Review Process Audit Report 2012-06 (PDF 851 KB)
Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Annual Report (PDF 570 KB)
OIG Risk Assessment and Proposed 2011-2012 Work Plan (PDF 1.1 MB)
Report 2011-010-Audit of the Department Ethics Policy (PDF 1.3 MB)