The Division’s primary mission is to deter, detect, and investigate misconduct that impacts the Department of Transportation. The Investigation Division will aggressively pursue any attempt by Departmental employees, contractors, subcontractors, members of the public, or any other party to gain financial or other benefit to which they are not entitled in their association with the Department.
- September, 2001
An Investigation Section was established within Internal Audit Division
- December, 2002
The Investigation Section of Internal Audit became a separate Division
- July, 2003
Antitrust Section was transferred from the External & Construction Audit Division to the Investigation Division
The Investigation Section conducts confidential investigations based on detection, referral, or request by management of:
- Policy misapplication
- Fraud, waste, abuse
- Any other inappropriate activity or crime
Special reviews of any area or topic are also performed as requested by management.
The mission of the Antitrust section is to provide the Department with a comprehensive view of bid analyses and market trends by conducting analytical and statistical research/reviews, providing assessments and recommendations, and preparing objective and comprehensive reports on potentially criminal, administrative, and/or management issues pertaining to the competitive bidding process.
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Ronald C. Marker, director
Virginia Department of Transportation
CO Annex, Room 1406
1401 East Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-2352 (Voice)
(804) 371-0843 (Fax)