Strategic Plans

The OIG five-year strategic plans describes how we aim to fulfill our statutory responsibilities, improve the value that citizens in developing countries receive from DFC's assistance and investment, and work with members of Congress, the DFC Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer and senior officials to oversee DFC's efforts to address development challenges and foreign policy priorities of the United States.


Top Management Challenges

The Reports Consolidation Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-531) requires Federal agencies to include in their performance and accountability reports a statement by their Inspector General summarizing the most serious management and performance challenges facing the agency and progress in addressing those challenges. The OIG publishes the top management challenges facing the DFC and realize these challenges are complex and, because DFC is a new and evolving organization, we expect these challenges will continue over the next several years.