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Inspector General

How to Report Suspected Fraud, Waste, Abuse and Mismanagement

If you want to report or discuss confidentially any instance of misconduct, fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement, please contact the Selective Service Inspector General Liaison. OIG does not attempt to identify persons contacting the Hotline, and no identifying information is shared when you submit an e-mail.  You may provide your name, address, or phone number, if you wish.

What should be reported?

Indications of the following:  Management/supervisory retaliation; contract and procurement irregularities; conflicts of interest; theft and misuse of property; travel fraud; misconduct; time and attendance abuse; misuse of Government credit card; abuse of authority; program mismanagement; misuse of information technology resources; substantial and specific danger to the public health and safety; computer crimes; and other violations of Federal laws and regulations.

What information should be provided?

A brief, accurate statement of facts believed to provide evidence of wrongdoing; names, addresses, and office locations of pertinent individuals and organizations; dates and times when the suspected wrongdoing took place or is expected to occur; how you became aware of the information; and memoranda, contracts, invoices, or other related documents.

OIG Hotline: 703-605-4079

The line is not manned but the OIG Liaison will normally contact you within 24-48 hours.



To report an instance of misconduct, fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement, please mail to:

Selective Service System
Attn: Inspector General Liaison
1515 Wilson Blvd, Suite 500
Arlington, VA 22209