The Department of Investigation (DOI) is responsible for the investigation and referral of criminal prosecution of cases involving fraud, corruption, and unethical conduct among all persons and entities that receive City funds, including the City’s more than 300,000 employees and contractors. DOI is also charged with studying agency procedures to identify corruption risks and recommending improvements to reduce the City’s vulnerability to fraud, waste, and corruption. In addition, DOI conducts investigations into the backgrounds of persons selected to work in decision-making or sensitive City jobs and checks on those who are awarded contracts with the City to determine if they are suited to serve the public trust.
Please select an agency below to see a breakdown of their FY22 procurement by method, by industry, and by size.
DOI - Procurement by Method
|M/WBE Noncompetitive Small Purchase||3||$176,200|
DOI - Procurement by Industry
DOI - Procurement by Size
|Size of Contract||Count||Contract Value|
|> $0 and ≤ $100 thousand||171||$1,863,300
|> $100 thousand and ≤ $1 million||5||$2,575,000|
|> $1 million and ≤ $3 million||2||$4,000,100|