Web Publication Schedule

Schedule of Published Information

Section 207(f)(2) of the E-Government Act of 2002 requires federal agencies to develop an inventory of information to be published on their websites, establish a schedule for publishing information, make those schedules available for public comment, and post the schedules and priorities on the website.

The Office of Inspector General makes every attempt to publish information as soon as it can be released to the public, so there is no more specific schedule. As new information becomes available that is important to the public, we are committed to putting it on our website.

The information to the right presents a topical inventory of our website. If you have suggestions for additional information that should be made available, please send your comments to OIG's Web Manager at webmaster@oig.dot.gov.


Content AreaDescriptionStatus
OIG Home PageLatest releases, main news story, OIG LibraryAvailable
About the OIGMission, IG's bio, strategic planning informationAvailable
AnnouncementsReverse chronological list of audit announcementsAvailable
AuditsReverse chronological list of all OIG auditsAvailable
Contacting the OIGKey personnel, field offices, employee searchAvailable
CorrespondenceReverse chronological list of all OIG letters and other correspondenceAvailable
Freedom of Information ActOnline FOIA requests, links to other FOIA sitesAvailable
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse HotlineReporting fraud, waste, and abuseAvailable
InvestigationsReverse chronological list of all OIG investigationsAvailable
OIG JobsListing of all job openings in the OIGAvailable
OIG Privacy PolicyInformation we collect about visitors to our web site and a description of privacy practicesAvailable
Searching the OIG WebsiteForm to locate documents by date, type, and subject matterAvailable
Semiannual ReportsReports of OIG accomplishments required by congress twice a yearAvailable
TestimoniesReverse chronological list of all OIG testimonies before congressAvailable
TOPNetTransportation Oversight Providers Network - a network of transportation stakeholders, mostly at the State- and local-government level.Available