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Congressional Affairs

Hearings

The Inspector General and OIG senior executives are routinely asked to testify at congressional oversight hearings held by House and Senate committees with jurisdiction over the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Below is the most recent example;


CORRESPONDENCE

Correspondence is OIG's written response to requests from public officials for information or prospective action directed to the Inspector General. Following is the most current example;


HUD OIG Congressional Twitter

BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS

HUD-OIG’s appropriation is included as part of the Transportation and Housing and Urban Development (THUD) appropriations bill. Like most other federal agencies the OIG submits a budget request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) which is included in the President’s budget transmitted to Congress each fiscal year. The OIG’s appropriation supports the personnel cost of all OIG staff and the resources necessary to execute our mission. OIG operational expenses include travel, training, office space, supplies, and contractual services that support a nationwide network of investigators, auditors, and evaluators.