Effective May 1, 2013, the LACCD Board of Trustees changed the Office of Inspector General to the Office of Bond Program Monitor. The LACCD is in the process of appointing a bond program monitor.
In interim the LACCD District Internal Audit Department is in charge of the Bond Program Whistle Blower Hotline.
Your confidential is maintained as all calls are routed to a third party company.
Welcome to LACCD Office of the Bond Program Monitor
The Office of the Bond Program Monitor (BPM) is an extension of the eyes, ears, voice, and conscience of the Los Angeles Community College District, the Board of Trustees, LACCD staff, faculty, students, contractors, and the Los Angeles community as a whole.
The LACCD Board of Trustees and Chancellor authorized the creation of the Office of Bond Program Monitor to ensure its capital program funded by Proposition A, Proposition AA, and Measure J bonds is performing with the utmost integrity and efficiency.
The Bond Program Monitor shall plan, direct, and conduct investigations and audits designed to promote accountability to the public and to insure the economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of the Bond Program. The BPM is responsible for the ongoing monitoring of the management of bond-funded projects and appropriateness of related expenditures in compliance with Proposition 39.
The Office of the Bond Program Monitor (BPM) will serve the Los Angeles Community College District by providing timely independent and objective Bond Program audits and investigations to prevent waste, fraud and abuse while upholding characteristics that demonstrate integrity, trust, and communication.
"Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking" -- H. Jackson Browne