About ED OFFICES


OIG: Office of Inspector General
Current Section
Information Technology Audits and Computer Crime Investigations (ITACCI)

  • Charles E. Coe, Jr.,  Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology Audits and Computer Crime Investigations
  • Sherri Demmel,  Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology Audits and Computer Crime Investigations

This component centralizes the OIG information technology operational assessment, analysis and law enforcement capabilities. ITACCI is comprised of the Information Technology Audit Division (ITAD), the Computer Assisted Assessment Techniques Division (CAAT), and the Technology Crimes Division (TCD). This centralized concept ensures maximum coordination and cooperation both internally and externally.

Information Technology Audit Division

ITAD conducts audits of the Department's IT systems and related initiatives, with primary focus on Information Management and IT Security.

Contact: Joseph Maranto, Director, (202) 245-7044, joseph.maranto@ed.gov

Computer Assisted Assessment Techniques Division - CAATs

The CAATs division is strategically positioned as an independent resource to provide the OIG with timely, reliable expert data analysis in support of ongoing investigations and audits that provides the OIG the right information in the right way to the right people at the right time.

The CAATs Division also plays an integral role in the development of both OIG risk models and data mining efforts. The CAATs Division is responsible for the development and maintenance of an infrastructure for database repositories that will perform automated data mining functions and assist with the development and monitoring of proactive projects.

Contact: Edward Slevin, Director, (202) 245-8183, edward.slevin@ed.gov

Technology Crimes Division

To protect the Department’s programs and network infrastructure, we investigate technology crimes, provide digital forensic services, and conduct proactive data analytics.

Contact:
Mark Smith, Special Agent in Charge, (202) 245-7019, mark.smith2@ed.gov


 
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Last Modified: 11/14/2013