Director, Inspectors General’s State Police Audit Unit

Location: Internal Special Audit Unit, Massachusetts State Police


The Internal Special Audit Unit (ISAU) for the Massachusetts State Police (MSP), established by Section 23 of Chapter 154 of the Acts of 2018, is responsible for monitoring the quality, efficiency and integrity of MSP’s operations, organizational structure and management functions; the Unit also seeks to prevent, detect and correct fraud, waste and abuse in the expenditure of public funds.  The ISAU for the MSP operates as a division of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and is independent of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security and the MSP.  The Massachusetts Inspector General will appoint and supervise the Director, who shall be employed as an Assistant Inspector General in the OIG.  The Director serves for a term of four years.

The Director shall be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the ISAU, including:

 

  • Supervising a staff of investigators, attorneys and/or analysts (and such additional expert, clerical or other assistants as the work of the Unit may require).
  • Identifying and recommending system-wide controls to prevent, detect and correct fraud, waste and abuse within the MSP.
  • Designing and implementing programmatic reviews and investigations of the MSP with an emphasis on preventing, detecting and correcting fraud, waste and abuse in the use of public funds.
  • Collaborating with other divisions within the OIG and other agencies in order to achieve the ISAU’s statutory mandates.
  • Monitoring policy changes initiated as a result of national or state accreditation or certification and ensuring ongoing compliance.
  • Providing training to MSP personnel as needed to fulfill the ISAU’s statutory mandate.
  • Performing additional duties as assigned.
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