Why is the FBI the primary federal investigative agency?
Public corruption, the FBI’s top criminal investigative priority, poses a fundamental threat to our national security and… The FBI is the primary federal agency responsible for investigating allegations regarding violations of federal civil rights statutes…
When did the FBI create the WMD Directorate?
The FBI created the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Directorate in 2006 to support a cohesive and coordinated approach to… Twenty-five years after the derailment of Amtrak’s Sunset Limited passenger train in Arizona killed the conductor and… A lengthy FBI investigation resulted in guilty pleas from two men who admitted to their roles in stealing…
Who is the lead federal agency for investigating cyber attacks?
The FBI is the lead federal agency for investigating cyber attacks by criminals, overseas adversaries, and terrorists.
What does the FBI do for white collar crime?
The FBI’s white-collar crime work integrates the analysis of intelligence with its investigations of criminal activities such… Even with its post-9/11 national security responsibilities, the FBI continues to play a key role in combating…
Is the FBI headquarters in Washington DC open to the public?
The FBI Experience is a self-guided tour at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Open to the public, visits may be requested up to five months in advance of, but no later than four weeks prior to the desired visit date. Learn more. As the FBI has grown, some Headquarters functions have moved to other locations.
Can a Union represent an employee in an OIG investigation?
An employee must request such union representation before the right becomes operational. It is OIG policy to allow an interviewed employee, who may or may not be the subject of an investigation, to have a legal, union or other representative present.
How many background investigations does DCSA do per year?
As the primary Investigative Service Provider (ISP) for the Federal Government, DCSA conducts over two million background investigations per year on civilian and military applicants and Federal employees or employees of Government contractors and consultants to Federal programs.
How does the Office of Inspector General work?
Allegations are received primarily from FCC employees and licensees. However, members of Congress, other agencies, citizens, contractors and public interest groups also refer matters to the OIG for investigation. Allegations of suspected wrongdoing are also received from FCC managers and the OIG audit program.