As part of our mission to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse, we conduct outreach presentations to the research community at educational institutions, conferences, and other meetings. Our investigators, auditors, and attorneys provide education about recognizing and preventing fraud, administering federal funds, and promoting responsible conduct of research.
We tailor our programs to the audience's specific needs, and can present information about audits, research misconduct, financial fraud, and investigations, as well as general information about what we do and how to help prevent fraud.
We present at NSF's grant conferences, which are designed to give new faculty, researchers, and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF.
We present to the research community to expand knowledge about what we do and how to help prevent fraud and research misconduct.
- What to Know When the NSF OIG Calls - Association of Research Integrity Officers, June 2021
We partner with NCURA Magazine, published by the National Council of University Research Administrators, to share insight into the workings of NSF OIG, including common audit findings, research misconduct concerns, and best practices. The articles below are reprinted with permission from NCURA magazine.
- Lessons Learned from Auditing NSF's EPSCOR Program — August 2021
- Maintaining Research Integrity — May/June 2021
- What's the Plan for FY 2021 — March/April 2021
- Why Investing in Research Compliance is a Good Bet — Jan/Feb 2021
- Frequent Audit Findings — December 2020
- Detecting and Preventing Grant Fraud — Oct/Nov 2020
- Ensuring the Quality of Single Audits — August 2020
- Uncovering Fabricated or Falsified Data — June 2020
- Auditing NSF's Oversight of Grant Recipients — March/April 2020
- Rooting Out Research Misconduct — Jan/Feb 2020
- The Basic Elements of the NSF OIG — December 2019
- The OIG and Research Funding — What to Expect — August 2019