You are here:
Home > About Us
The Cuyahoga County Agency of Inspector General was established by the County Executive and County Council to protect taxpayers’ interests by promoting honesty and accountability in County government. In furtherance of this mission, the Agency of Inspector General is granted broad authority to conduct investigations, inspections and audits relating to fraud, corruption, waste, abuse, misfeasance, malfeasance and nonfeasance in the operations of County government. In addition, the Agency of Inspector General is designated as the investigative officer for all issues arising under the County’s Ethics Ordinance. In this capacity, the Agency of Inspector General is entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring that County employees and contractors/vendors who do business with the County meet the highest ethical standards.
Cuyahoga County Code Title 1, Chapter 106 (Contracts and Purchasing Procedures)
Cuyahoga County Code Title 2, Chapter 201 (Independent Entities)
Cuyahoga County Code Title 4, Chapter 407 (Inspector General)
Cuyahoga County Code Title 5, Chapter 505 (Debarment)
Cuyahoga County Code Title 1, Chapter 106 (Public Records)