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The Inspector General Act of 1978 passed by Congress in October 1978, established by statute the Office of Inspector General (OIG) in the Department of Labor (DOL). Consolidated within the OIG are all DOL audit and investigative activities, including the Department's external and internal audit functions, the Department's fraud and employee integrity investigative activities, the Department's Organized Crime Strike Force activity as well as its ADP review function. This executive summary briefly identifies the more significant accomplishments of the OIG's major functional components during the October 1, 1978 - March 31, 1979 reporting period. The report provides detailed discussions of each component's history, methods and accomplishments.


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United States Department of Labor, Office of the Inspector General. (1979). Semi-annual report to Congress for the period of October 1, 1978 to March 31, 1979 [Electronic version]. Washington, DC: Author.