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National Credit Union Administration OIG

The Office of Inspector General promotes the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of NCUA programs and operations, and detects and deters fraud, waste and abuse, thereby supporting NCUA's mission of monitoring and promoting safe and sound federally insured credit unions. The OIG conducts independent audits, investigations and other activities, and keeps the NCUA Board and U.S. Congress fully and currently informed of their work. ​

Agencies Overseen: 
What to Report to the OIG Hotline: 

If you know about waste, fraud, abuse, serious misconduct, or whistleblower reprisal related to an NCUA employee, program, operations, contract, or grant, please report it to the OIG Hotline.

Examples of matters that should be reported include:
• Procurement and contract fraud
• Bribery
• Gross mismanagement
• Misuse, embezzlement, or theft of government property or funds, including travel-related fraud
• Serious misconduct by NCUA employees or officials, such as conflicts of interest, misuse of official position, acceptance of unauthorized gifts, and other illegal or unethical activities

What Not to report to the OIG Hotline : 

• Employee EEO complaints (please contact the NCUA’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion)
• Complaints about credit unions or their officials (please contact the NCUA Fraud Hotline at 800-827-9650)
• Consumer complaints (please contact the NCUA Consumer Assistance Center at