Thursday, May. 17, 2012
Commonwealth seeks Inspector General applicants
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is seeking a person to serve
as Inspector General who will be responsible for the management and
operations of the Office of the Inspector General.
The mission of the Office of the Inspector General, as established
in Chapter 12A of the Massachusetts General Laws, is to prevent and
detect fraud, waste and abuse in the expenditure of public funds,
whether state, federal or local, relating to programs and
operations involving the procurement of any supplies, services or
construction by state government entities and activities of the
commonwealth, including those districts, authorities,
instrumentalities and political subdivisions created by the state
Legislature, including cities and towns.
The office conducts investigations and operational and management
reviews, analyzes legislation and regulations, and provides
technical assistance to governmental entities. The office has a
Fiscal Year 2012 budget of $2.8 million and 40 employees.
Click here for more information and to apply.