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TVA Corporate Credit Card Audit

The OIG audited corporate card transactions totaling $17.3 million for the period March 1, 2014, through August 31, 2014, to determine if appropriate policies and controls were in place to mitigate the risk of charge card fraud and abuse. We found policies could be strengthened and appropriate controls were not in place to mitigate the risk of charge card fraud and abuse. We also found there was no documentation to explain the various database tables utilized or the contents of corporate card data fields in the Employee Reimbursement System. Additionally, potential cost savings may not be achieved due to insufficient tax-related data and confusion within the organization and among vendors regarding TVA's tax status. Click here to read this report…

TVA Office of Inspector General Ranked Number One Among 320 Federal Subcomponents

The TVA OIG has been named one of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government. The award was given by the non-profit Partnership for Public Service and the accounting firm Deloitte which does the ranking. The ranking is based upon the annual Employee Viewpoint Survey conducted of federal government employees by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). The TVA OIG was ranked number one out of 320 federal agency subcomponents.

Inspector General Richard Moore said, "Our OIG team has worked extremely hard to create and sustain a productive work environment that is focused on making TVA better. To be rated as the number one oversight office in the federal government is a high honor for our office. I am proud of my very engaged team and the important work they perform to provide an independent perspective on TVA operations. Ultimately, our mission is to help TVA be better and keep electricity rates low for the people of the Tennessee Valley." Click here to read this report…

Message from the IG


The TVA Office of Inspector General performs a crucial mission by providing independent and objective reporting to the TVA board, the Congress, and other stakeholders. The OIG does this through its audit, evaluation and investigative activities. By statute it is charged with promoting economy and efficiency throughout TVA while preventing and detecting fraud, waste, and abuse affecting TVA. TVA employees, contractors, and the public can help the TVA OIG fulfill its mission and make a difference at TVA by reporting any suspicions about fraud, waste and abuse to the OIG hotline system, known as Empowerline.