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USE THIS FORM TO SUBMIT A HOTLINE COMPLAINT TO DC OIG

INSTRUCTIONS
Please provide as much information as possible – the Who, What, Where, When, and Why of the matter. Detailed, complete and accurate information will improve the D.C. OIG’s ability to respond to your allegations. For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, Below.

You can report fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, and corruption related to District of Columbia government operations, which includes contractors doing business with the D.C. government, and/or District of Columbia government employees. We do not have jurisdiction over federal government employees or their contractors, and these matters should be directed to the inspector general’s office within the appropriate federal agency. (For a list of federal OIG contacts, please visit https://www.ignet.gov/content/inspectors-general-directory .

Choosing your filing status:

Confidentiality and Anonymity is not requested: If necessary, you may contact me for additional information and I do not place any restrictions on the release of my contact information. Please fill out the contact form below.

I wish to remain Confidential: You may contact me for additional information, but please keep my name confidential and do not share it outside of the Office of the Inspector General. Our policy is to honor requests for confidentiality and not to release any data that would identify such individuals unless required to do so by order of law (e.g., court order/subpoena) or deemed necessary for the safety of an individual. Please fill out the contact form below.

I wish to remain Anonymous: If you choose to remain anonymous, it is not necessary to fill out the contact information. It is important to note that we will not be able to contact you if we need additional information to clarify your complaint.

Permission to release Identity: When providing consent to release your identity outside of the Office of the Inspector General, identity is disclosed only on a “need-to-know” basis to District government agencies and other investigative personnel as necessary to complete an inquiry into your allegations to resolve the matter.