OIG Hotline

The purpose of the OIG Hotline is to receive complaints of fraud, waste, or abuse in FLRA's programs and operations, including mismanagement or violations of law, rules or regulations by employees. 

What should you report? If you witness or have knowledge of any of the following:

 Report Violations Of Laws And Regulations Relating To FLRA Programs and Operations

  • Criminal Activity, such as: Bribery, Smuggling, Theft and Fraud
  • Mismanagement / Waste of Funds
  • Workplace Violence
  • Employee Misconduct
  • Conflict of Interest

 Confidentiality Information

The complainant may remain confidential (i.e., known only to the FLRA OIG, allow their name to be used (i.e., included in any investigation that may take place), or anonymous (i.e., unknown even to the FLRA OIG. If the complainant chooses to remain anonymous, FLRA OIG cannot obtain additional information on the allegation (e.g., testimonial or documentary evidence; identity of witnesses), and also cannot inform the complainant as to what action FLRA OIG has taken on the complaint. Confidential status allows further communication between FLRA OIG and the complainant after the original complaint is received.

The identity of complainants is protected under the provisions of the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 (PDF) and the Inspector General Act of 1978 (PDF) .  You have the option of submitting your complaint(s) via telephone, U.S. mail, internet, or electronic mail.

For telephone reporting, U.S. mail, Online: OIG Contact Page

Please read the Confidentiality Information statement above before proceeding with your complaint.  To process your allegations, we will need you to provide as much information as possible regarding your complaint.  Your information should include:
  • Who committed the wrongdoing (FLRA Agency, person, organization, description, etc.)?
  • What exactly did the individual or entity do?
  • Where did the alleged activity take place (address)?
  • When did the alleged activity take place?
  • How are the individuals involved and how were these individuals able to perform the alleged activity?
  • Do you know why the person committed the wrongdoing?
  • Witnesses, if any, who can verify the allegations?

Without sufficient information we may be unable to act on your alleg