A Department of Homeland Security audit has revealed inconsistency in worksite enforcement priorities. Acting Assistant Inspector General for Audits Mark Bell has made three recommendations for improving ICE’s implementation of its worksite enforcement strategy, including enforcing oversight procedures to ensure consistent application of the worksite enforcement strategy administrative inspection process nationwide. Employers can expect more fines from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, instead of warnings, less interest in reducing assessments, and more activity in regions that tended to have fewer inspections. The number of inspections also may increase overall. ICE likely will double its efforts in monitoring field office activity, encouraging them to conduct inspections in a more consistent fashion, and encouraging more precision in internal deliberations supporting a fine assessment.