OIG Hotline Confidential Complaint Form

Confidentiality Preference

I wish to be confidential, meaning I am providing the OIG my name, but I request that the OIG not disclose my name outside the OIG. This category is appropriate for complainants who fear reprisal from wrongdoers for contacting the OIG.
Return to the Complainant and Identity Release Preference Page for more options.

The purpose of the OIG hotline is to receive complaints of fraud, waste, or abuse in our client agencies' programs and operations, including mismanagement or violations of law, rules, or regulations by employees or program participants. OIG oversees the programs and operations of USAID, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the United States African Development Foundation, the Inter-American Foundation, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. Complaints may be received directly from employees, program participants, or the general public.

The Inspector General Act and other pertinent laws provide for the protection of persons making hotline complaints. You have the option of submitting your complaint(s) via telephone, U.S. mail, Internet, or electronic mail. OIG’s internal electronic systems meet all security standards required of Federal agencies. However, if you elect to submit your complaint(s) via Internet or e-mail, we cannot guarantee confidentiality because of the non-secure nature of electronic systems that we do not control.

For telephone reporting, call 1-800-230-6539 or 202-712-1023. Complaints may be sent to ig.hotline@usaid.gov. Alternatively, you may complete the online complaint form at below, or submit the completed PDF form (complaint form pdf) by fax at (202) 216-3801 or by mail to the following address:

U.S. Agency for International Development
Office of Inspector General
P.O. Box 657
Washington, DC 20044-0657

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