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Audits, Inspections, and Evaluations

Report Number Title Issue Date Sort ascending Fiscal Year
OIG-22-80 Del Rio Area Struggled with Prolonged Detention, Consistent Compliance with CBP's TEDS Standards, and Data Integrity 2022
OIG-22-71 U.S. Border Patrol Screened Migrants at the Southwest Border but Could Strengthen Processes 2022
OIG-22-70 ICE and CBP Should Improve Visa Security Program Screening and Vetting Operations 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-22-64 DHS Encountered Obstacles to Screen, Vet, and Inspect All Evacuees during the Recent Afghanistan Crisis (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-57 El Paso Sector Border Patrol Struggled with Prolonged Detention and Consistent Compliance with TEDS Standards 2022
OIG-22-52 DHS and CBP Should Improve Intellectual Property Rights Management and Enforcement - (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-48 CBP Complied with Facial Recognition Policies to Identify International Travelers at Airports 2022
OIG-22-39 CBP and CWMD Need to Improve Monitoring and Maintenance of Radiation Portal Monitor Systems - (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-38 Yuma Sector Border Patrol Struggled to Meet TEDS Standards for Single Adult Men but Generally Met TEDS Standards for Other Populations 2022
OIG-22-34 CBP Needs Improved Oversight for Its Centers of Excellence and Expertise 2022
OIG-22-27 CBP Officials Implemented Rapid DNA Testing to Verify Claimed Parent-Child Relationships 2022
OIG-22-26 CBP Border Patrol Stations and Ports of Entry in Southern California Generally Met TEDS Standards 2022
OIG-22-19 Review of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Fiscal Year 2021 Drug Control Budget Formulation Compliance Report 2022
OIG-22-22 Rio Grande Valley Area Border Patrol Struggles with High Volumes of Detainees and Cases of Prolonged Detention but Has Taken Consistent Measures to Improve Conditions in Facilities 2022
OIG-22-16 Review of U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Fiscal Year 2021 Detailed Accounting Report for Drug Control Funds 2022
OIG-22-13 Trusted Traveler Revocations for Americans Associated with the 2018-2019 Migrant Caravan (REDACTED) 2022
OIG-22-02 DHS Needs to Better Demonstrate Its Efforts to Combat Illegal Wildlife Trafficking 2022
OIG-21-70 CBP's FAST Program Exposes Borders to Security Risks - Law Enforcement Sensitive (REDACTED) 2021
OIG-21-63 CBP Continues to Experience Challenges Managing Searches of Electronic Devices at Ports of Entry - Law Enforcement Sensitive (REDACTED) 2021
OIG-21-62 CBP Targeted Americans Associated with the 2018-2019 Migrant Caravan 2021
OIG-21-60 DHS Needs to Enhance Its COVID-19 Response at the Southwest Border 2021
OIG-21-53 U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Acquisition Management of Aviation Fleet Needs Improvement to Meet Operational Needs 2021
OIG-21-48 CBP Needs to Strengthen Its Oversight and Policy to Better Care for Migrants Needing Medical Attention 2021
OIG-21-49 Review of the February 16, 2020 Childbirth at the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station 2021
OIG-21-47 CBP Has Placed Travelers' PII at Risk of Exploitation 2021
OIG-21-45 CBP Generally Provided Accurate Notices to Appear to Migrant Protection Protocols Enrollees, but Could Improve Procedures to Reduce Future Errors 2021
OIG-21-34 CBP Senior Leaders' Handling of Social Media Misconduct 2021
OIG-21-31 DHS Had Authority to Deploy Federal Law Enforcement Officers to Protect Federal Facilities in Portland, Oregon, but Should Ensure Better Planning and Execution in Future Cross-Component Activities 2021
OIG-21-18 CBP Needs Additional Oversight to Manage Storage of Illicit Drugs (REDACTED) 2021
OIG-21-27 CBP Faced Challenges in its Inspection Processes and Physical Security at the JFK International Mail Facility (Redacted) 2021
OIG-21-21 CBP Has Improved Southwest Border Technology, but Significant Challenges Remain 2021
OIG-21-19 CBP Needs to Improve the Oversight of its Canine Program to Better Train and Reinforce Canine Performance (REDACTED) 2021
OIG-21-16 DHS Has Not Effectively Implemented the Prompt Asylum Pilot Programs 2021
OIG-21-13 CBP's Configuration Management Practices Did Not Effectively Prevent System Outage 2021
OIG-21-09 DHS Components Have Not Fully Complied with the Department's Guidelines for Implementing the Lautenberg Amendment 2021
OIG-21-05 Management Alert - FPS Did Not Properly Designate DHS Employees Deployed to Protect Federal Properties under 40 U.S.C. § 1315(b)(1) 2021
OIG-21-02 CBP Has Taken Steps to Limit Processing of Undocumented Aliens at Ports of Entry 2021
OIG-20-80 DHS Cannot Determine the Total Cost, Effectiveness, and Value of Its Joint Task Forces 2020
OIG-20-79 CBP's Entry Reconciliation Program Puts Revenue at Risk 2020
OIG-20-78 CBP Did Not Adequately Oversee FY 2019 Appropriated Humanitarian Funding 2020
OIG-20-75 CBP Does Not Have a Comprehensive Strategy for Meeting Its LS-NII Needs 2020
OIG-20-71 Review of CBP's Major Cybersecurity Incident During a 2019 Biometric Pilot 2020
OIG-20-69 Early Experiences with COVID-19 at Border Patrol Stations and OFO Ports of Entry 2020
OIG-20-70 Management Alert - CBP Needs to Award A Medical Services Contract Quickly to Ensure No Gap in Services 2020
OIG-20-67 Five Laredo and San Antonio Area CBP Facilities Generally Complied with the National Standards on Transport, Escort, Detention, and Search 2020
OIG-20-66 DHS Inconsistently Implemented Administrative Forfeiture Authorities Under CAFRA 2020
OIG-20-64 U.S. Customs and Border Protection Compliance with Use of Force Policy for Incidents on November 25, 2018 and January 1, 2019 - Law Enforcement Sensitive 2020
OIG-20-55 CBP Needs a Comprehensive Process for Conducting Covert Testing and Resolving Vulnerabilities - (REDACTED) 2020