All OIG Reports

REPORT TITLE REPORT ID REPORT DATE
FHFA's Supervisory Risk Assessment for Single-Family Real Estate Owned AUD-2012-005 2012-07-19
Performance Audit of the Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General’s Information Security Program Fiscal Year 2016 AUD-2017-002 2016-10-26
Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s Participation in the 2011 Mortgage Bankers Association Convention and Exposition ESR-2012-004 2012-03-22
FHFA’s Oversight of the Enterprises’ Charitable Activities ESR-2012-003 2012-03-22
FHFA’s 2015 and 2016 Supervisory Activities, as Planned, Addressed Identified Risks with Freddie Mac’s New Representation and Warranty Framework AUD-2017-009 2017-09-22
FHFA Did Not Complete All Planned Supervisory Activities Related to Cybersecurity Risks at Freddie Mac for the 2016 Examination Cycle AUD-2017-011 2017-09-27
Performance Audit of the Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General’s Information Security Program Fiscal Year 2017 AUD-2018-002 2017-10-17
Clifton Gunderson LLP’s Independent Audit of the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Privacy Program and Implementation - 2011 AUD-2011-003 2011-09-30
Audit of FHFA’s Oversight of Freddie Mac’s Compliance with the Required Risk Mitigants of Automated Underwriting, Mortgage Insurance, and Homeownership Education for its Purchases of Mortgages with a 97% LTV AUD-2018-004 2018-03-08
FHFA’s Oversight of Fannie Mae’s Default-Related Legal Services AUD-2011-004 2011-09-30
FHFA Completed its Planned Procedures for a 2016 Representation and Warranty Framework Targeted Examination at Freddie Mac, but the Supporting Workpapers Did Not Sufficiently Document the Examination Work AUD-2018-006 2018-03-13
FHFA Failed to Ensure Freddie Mac’s Remedial Plans for a Cybersecurity MRA Addressed All Deficiencies; as Allowed by its Standard, FHFA Closed the MRA after Independently Determining the Enterprise Completed its Planned Remedial Actions AUD-2018-008 2018-03-28
As Allowed by its Standard, FHFA Closed Three Fannie Mae Cybersecurity MRAs after Independently Determining the Enterprise Completed its Planned Remedial Actions AUD-2018-007 2018-03-28
FHFA’s Adoption of Clear Guidance on the Review of the Enterprises’ Internal Audit Work When Assessing the Sufficiency of Remediation of Serious Deficiencies Would Assist FHFA Examiners EVL-2018-003 2018-03-28
The Enterprises’ Use of Recourse as a Credit Enhancement Under Their Charters WPR-2019-003 2019-03-29
FHFA’s Controls over Post-Employment Restrictions and Financial Disclosure Requirements for Offboarded Employees Were Followed During 2016 and 2017 AUD-2019-005 2019-03-13
An Overview of Enterprise Debt-to-Income Ratios WPR-2019-002 2019-03-27
FHFA’s Offboarding Controls over Access Cards, Sensitive IT Assets, and Records Were Not Always Documented or Followed During 2016 and 2017 AUD-2019-004 2019-03-13
Consolidation and Relocation of Fannie Mae’s Northern Virginia Workforce OIG-2018-004 2018-09-06
FHFA’s Approval of Senior Executive Succession Planning at Freddie Mac Acted to Circumvent the Congressionally Mandated Cap on CEO Compensation EVL-2019-002 2019-03-26
SIR: TBW-Colonial Investigation Lessons Learned SIR-2014-0013 2014-08-21
FHFA Non-Career Employees Have Not Been Involved in FHFA’s Freedom of Information Act Process COM-2015-002 2015-08-06
Summary of Administrative Inquiry: The Office of Inspector General's Review of Alleged Time and Attendance Fraud by Two Senior Agency Officials OIG-2018-005 2018-09-24
Summary of Administrative Inquiry: The Office of Inspector General's Review of Alleged Badgering and Harassment of FHFA Employees that Play an Important Role in the Agency's Internal Control Framework OIG-2019-003 2019-03-13
DBR’s Unwritten Procedures and Practices for Oversight of Efforts by Federal Home Loan Banks to Correct Deficiencies Underlying the Most Serious Supervisory Matters Are Inconsistent with the Written Oversight Requirements Promulgated by FHFA COM-2016-006 2016-09-30