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EPA Management Integrity

The Agency's managers and staff are responsible for the proper stewardship of federal resources. This includes assuring that programs are managed with integrity and in compliance with applicable laws. The Federal Manager's Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA) requires agency heads to submit annually, an Integrity Act Report providing reasonable assurance that the Agency's policies, procedures, and guidance are adequate to support the achievement of the Agency's intended mission, goals, and objectives.

The Agency's audit management process is an integral part of the management integrity program. Agency Managers and the Inspector General's staff rely on the audit management process to assist in the identification of management control weaknesses and major management challenges. Agency managers must carry out corrective actions to address these identified program problems. The Inspector General's Act Amendments of 1998 require that Agency management report to Congress twice a year and that the Office of Inspector General report annually on the status of audits and related corrective actions.

FY 2002 Annual Report New
This year's consolidated FY 2002 Annual Report covers several topics related to management integrity. Information linked to this site are specific excerpts of the full report which meet the requirements of two reporting legislative requirements B the Federal Managers Financial Integrity Act and the Inspector General Act Amendments. Therefore, the following information reflects EPA's FY 2001 Integrity Act Report and EPA's FY 2001 Management's Report on Audits.

As required by the Reports Consolidation Act of 2000, the OIG's list of top management challenges facing the Agency along with their assessment of EPA's progress in addressing these challenges is included in this section. The Agency's response to the OIG statement is included as part of the discussion of corrective action strategies for integrity weaknesses and major management challenges.

Section III - Management Accomplishments and Challenges


FY 2001 Annual Report

FY 2000 Annual Report


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