OIG Ends Another (Fiscal) Year

There’s another month until January 1, but the USPS OIG and the rest of the federal government have already finished 2022. Our fiscal year (FY) ended on September 30.

This past year was our 25th anniversary, and we worked hard to provide oversight of the Postal Service and share our work with the Postal Service’s stakeholders including Congress and the public. Among many, here are a few things we are particularly proud of...

2022 Spring SARC

Reporting Time – Again!

It’s that time of year when we are required by the IG Act to issue our Semiannual Report to Congress — or SARC, as we call it — which chronicles our activities for the preceding six months. Our Spring 2022 SARC covers the period October 1, 2021, through March 31, 2022, and it contains a wealth of details about our work during that time.



Bringing Our Work to You

The most important goal of our office is to do excellent work that promotes efficiency and effectiveness and ensures integrity at the Postal Service. That is only the first step though. Good work also needs to be easily available to the people who use it. We want to make it simple for you, and all our stakeholders, to find the information you need.

We have added five new pages to improve the accessibility of our work and keep you informed:



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