Report Fraud, Waste or Abuse to the NEA OIG
Contact us to provide information about fraud, waste or abuse via:
The people involved in NEA programs and operations, whether NEA employees, grantees, or others working on NEA programs, grants, or contracts, are in the best position to detect problems. All federal employees are required to report violations of law and Standards of Conduct and danger to public health and safety. All citizens should feel a moral responsibility to report violations to assure that taxpayers’ monies are well spent. You can help the Office of Inspector General (OIG) improve management and eliminate fraud by providing information to the OIG about allegations or suspicions of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, or unnecessary government expenditures.
Some examples of key violations to be reported are:
If you need further information or want to discuss any allegation, please contact our office. To ensure that your concerns are appropriately addressed, it is critically important that you provide as much information as possible in support of your complaint, including:
While anonymous complaints are welcome, please understand that a lack of sufficient and specific information may mean that our office is unable to investigate the allegation.
If you have concerns about prohibited personnel practices, whistleblowing, or Hatch Act violations, you should review the information on the Office of Special Counsel's web site http://www.osc.gov to determine whether you can report your concern to OSC.
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