The Office of Inspector General (OIG) strives to ensure accountability and efficiency within the Transportation Cabinet by addressing allegations of wrongdoing by Cabinet employees and entities doing business with the Cabinet, as well as mismanagement, inefficiencies or ineffectiveness that lead to wrongdoing.
COMPLAINTS REQUESTS and INQUIRIES:
The OIG responds to an average of one hundred and fifty complaints, requests and inquiries per year. Most requests can be handled immediately or within a few days of receipt. Depending upon the nature of the complaints received. They may be assigned to an OIG investigator for investigation or referred to the affected highway district or Office for appropriate action. The OIG also conducts reviews of programs that have shown procedural or overseight weakness leading to a high incidence of employee wrongdoing.