The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is designed to assist Baltimore Housing management in establishing and monitoring internal controls that promote the integrity, efficiency and overall effectiveness of agency operations and programs. The Inspector General (IG) also prevents, detects, and investigates waste, fraud, and abuse. The IG works closely with the Baltimore Housing Lease Enforcement Unit and the Baltimore City Police Department, as well as state, local and federal offices.
Kevin J. White, Inspector General
The OIG is composed of three sections: Internal Audits, Investigations, and Section 8 Program Monitoring. All of the sections work cooperatively in an effort to accomplish the goals and mission of the OIG.
FRAUD? Deceptive practices including, but not limited to embezzlement, false billing or false representation.
THEFT? Intentionally depriving HABC of goods or services or the unauthorized removal of property, money, or funds from HABC, its entities, locations or premises.
WASTE? Individuals, groups, employees, contractors, vendors, or business that are spending taxpayers' monies in a manner that does not further the HABC mission and goals.
ABUSE? HABC officials or HABC funded local officials whose actions exceed the authority granted to them by HABC policies and regulations.
SERIOUS MISMANAGEMENT? A significant failure by a HABC program office or program office entity that is due to managerial incompetence or inattention.How to file a complaint