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Transparency & Public Trust in Government

The Office of Inspector General, Palm Beach County, Florida (OIG) was established to “Enhance Public Trust in Government”. The OIG has complete independent oversight authority to ensure accountability and transparency to the citizens of Palm Beach County.

Report Waste, Fraud or Abuse

OIG Hotline: 877-283-7068

Website:  visit OIG website to report waste, fraud or abuse.   

City of Boynton Beach - Information Requested by Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General

Current list of all city departments, programs, divisions and/or units.

Click the following link to open the 2016-2017 Adopted Budget (pdf format):  

Organizational chart(s); overall organization and individual departments. 

Click the following link to open the 2016-2017 Adopted Budget (pdf format): 

Organizational chart is found on Page 27 of 460 page document.  

Policies and procedures: 

Click the following link to browse folders containing “Collective Bargaining” documents:

Click the following links to browse “Administrative Policies and Procedures” documents: 

Administrative Policy Manual:

Personnel Policy Manual:

Most current budget document or a web link to such:

Click the following link to open the 2016-2017 Adopted Budget  (pdf format):   

Most recent Single Audit Report:

Click the following link to open the CAFR for Fiscal Year Ended 09/30/2015 (pdf format):

Scroll through to locate the “ Compliance Section" (beginning on page 231).

2015 Annual Audit Plan. 

The City has no internal auditor.

Contact Name, email and phone number for: 

Inspector General Liaison: City Clerk, Judith Pyle; ; 561-742-6061
Information Technology Services Manager: John McNally; ; 561-742-6073
Finance Director: Tim Howard;; 561-742-6312
Budget Manager: Anthony Davidson; ; 561-742-6314
Acting Purchasing Agent: Tim Howard; ; 561-742-6312
Director of Human Resources & Risk Management: Julie Oldbury; ; 561-742-6277

EMAIL DISCLAIMER:  Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records.  If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity.  Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.