In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, we are implementing certain procedures to ensure the health and safety of the general public and our staff. Until further notice, our downtown office in the Overtown Transit Village will be closed to the public, however, the OIG is fully operational using electronic communication.
Autonomous and independent, the Miami-Dade County Office of the Inspector General (OIG) was created by the Board of County Commissioners to serve as a watchdog over County practices. Through three distinct yet overlapping functions – audits, investigations and legal/contract oversight – the OIG investigates fraud, waste and abuse, rendering findings based on facts and evidence.
Ref. IG 20-0009-O & IG 20-0010-O
The OIG was contacted by the Parks and Open Spaces Department (PROS) and the Internal Services Department (ISD) and advised of the County’s planning for the phased re-opening of the parks.
By way of this memorandum, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) provides our independent observations and comments on the County Emergency Meal Service (CEMS) Program.
Ref. IG 20-0002-I
This Final Report details the OIG’s review of the disclosure of confidential information relating to the Beach Corridor Request for Proposal No. RFP01353 by a Clerk of the Board (COB) employee during a response to a public records request.
Revised OIG Observations and Comments to RFP No. 01058 for the Purchase of an Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)
Recommendation for Award Scheduled for the Infrastructure and Capital Improvements Committee Meeting of March 10, 2020, Agenda Item 3A.