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Audits, Inspections, and Evaluations

Report Number Title Issue Date Sort ascending Fiscal Year
OIG-23-12 ICE and CBP Deaths in Custody during FY 2021 2023
OIG-23-13 Violations of Detention Standards at ICE’s Port Isabel Service Processing Center 2023
OIG-23-11 Review of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Fiscal Year 2022 Drug Control Budget Formulation Compliance Report 2023
OIG-23-10 Review of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Fiscal Year 2022 Detailed Accounting Report for Drug Control Funds 2023
OIG-23-09 Review of U.S. Coast Guard's Fiscal Year 2022 Drug Control Budget Formulation Compliance Report 2023
OIG-23-08 Review of U.S. Coast Guard's Fiscal Year 2022 Detailed Accounting Report for Drug Control Funds 2023
OIG-23-07 DHS Has Made Progress in Fulfilling Geospatial Data Act Responsibilities, But Additional Work is Needed 2023
OIG-23-06 Management Alert - CBP Needs to Provide Adequate Emergency Back-Up Power to its Video Surveillance Systems at the Blaine Area Ports to Ensure Secure and Safe Operations - Law Enforcement Sensitive - (REDACTED) 2023
OIG-23-05 DHS Did Not Consistently Comply with National Instant Criminal Background Check System Requirements 2023
OIG-23-03 El Centro and San Diego Facilities Generally Met CBP's TEDS Standards but Struggled with Prolonged Detention and Data Integrity 2023
OIG-23-04 DHS Did Not Always Promptly Revoke PIV Card Access and Withdraw Security Clearances for Separated Individuals 2023
OIG-23-02 Independent Auditors' Report on the Department of Homeland Security's Consolidated Financial Statements for FYs 2022 and 2021 and Internal Control over Financial Reporting 2023
OIG-23-01 Major Management and Performance Challenges Facing the Department of Homeland Security 2023
OIG-22-80 Del Rio Area Struggled with Prolonged Detention, Consistent Compliance with CBP's TEDS Standards, and Data Integrity 2022
OIG-22-76 FEMA’s Management of Mission Assignments to Other Federal Agencies Needs Improvement 2022
OIG-22-78 The DHS Unified Coordination Group for Operation Allies Welcome Coordinated Afghan Resettlement but Faced Challenges in Funding and Authority 2022
OIG-22-77 FEMA Did Not Effectively Manage Disaster Case Management Program Funds in Support of Hurricane Maria Recovery Services 2022
OIG-22-79 The Unified Coordination Group Struggled to Track Afghan Evacuees Independently Departing U.S. Military Bases 2022
OIG-22-75 Violations of ICE Detention Standards at Torrance County Detention Facility 2022
OIG-22-74 FEMA Made Efforts to Address Inequities in Disadvantaged Communities Related to COVID-19 Community Vaccination Center Locations and Also Plans to Address Inequity in Future Operations 2022
OIG-22-73 More than $2.6 Million in Potentially Fraudulent LWA Payments Were Linked to DHS Employees' Identities 2022
OIG-22-71 U.S. Border Patrol Screened Migrants at the Southwest Border but Could Strengthen Processes 2022
OIG-22-72 A Review of FEMA Funding for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response and Relief 2022
OIG-22-69 FEMA Did Not Implement Controls to Prevent More than $3.7 Billion in Improper Payments from the Lost Wages Assistance Program 2022
OIG-22-70 ICE and CBP Should Improve Visa Security Program Screening and Vetting Operations 2022
OIG-22-67 DHS Component Collaboration on Law Enforcement Virtual Training Is Limited 2022
OIG-22-68 U.S. Border Patrol Faces Challenges Administering Post-Apprehension Outcomes Consistently Across Sectors 2022
OIG-22-66 DHS Technology Systems Do Not Effectively Support Migrant Tracking at the Southwest Border 2022
OIG-22-65 USCIS Should Improve Controls to Restrict Unauthorized Access to Its Systems and Information 2022
OIG-22-64 DHS Encountered Obstacles to Screen, Vet, and Inspect All Evacuees during the Recent Afghanistan Crisis (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-63 CISA and FEMA Can Improve Coordination Efforts to Ensure Energy Sector Resilience 2022
OIG-22-62 DHS Can Better Mitigate the Risks Associated with Malware, Ransomware, and Phishing Attacks 2022
OIG-22-60 (U) Evaluation of DHS' Compliance with Federal Information Security Modernization Act Requirements for Intelligence Systems for Fiscal Year 2021 2022
OIG-22-61 (U) Vulnerabilities Continue to Exist in TSA's Checked Baggage Screening 2022
OIG-22-59 Additional Progress Needed to Improve Information Sharing under the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 2022
OIG-22-58 DHS Needs a Unified Strategy to Counter Disinformation Campaigns 2022
OIG-22-56 FEMA Needs to Improve Its Oversight of the Emergency Food and Shelter Program 2022
OIG-22-57 El Paso Sector Border Patrol Struggled with Prolonged Detention and Consistent Compliance with TEDS Standards 2022
OIG-22-55 Evaluation of DHS' Information Security Program for Fiscal Year 2021 2022
OIG-22-54 DHS Did Not Adequately or Efficiently Deploy Its Employees to U.S. Military Installations in Support of Operation Allies Welcome 2022
OIG-22-53 DHS Has Controls to Safeguard Watchlist Data. 2022
OIG-22-52 DHS and CBP Should Improve Intellectual Property Rights Management and Enforcement - (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-51 Assessment of FEMA's Public Assistance Alternative Procedures Program 2022
OIG-22-50 The Office of Intelligence and Analysis Needs to Improve its Open Source Intelligence Reporting Process 2022
OIG-22-49 DHS Could Do More to Address the Threats of Domestic Terrorism 2022
OIG-22-48 CBP Complied with Facial Recognition Policies to Identify International Travelers at Airports 2022
OIG-22-47 Violations of ICE Detention Standards at Folkston Processing Center and Folkston Annex 2022
OIG-22-46 FEMA Needs to Improve Oversight and Management of Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Property Acquisitions 2022
OIG-22-45 Department of Homeland Security's FY 2021 Compliance with the Payment Integrity Information Act of 2019 and Executive Order 13520, Reducing Improper Payments 2022
OIG-22-44 ICE Did Not Follow Policies, Guidance, or Recommendations to Ensure Migrants Were Tested for COVID-19 before Transport on Domestic Commercial Flights 2022