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Federal Labor Relations Authority OIG

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Federal Labor Relations Authority

What to Report to the OIG Hotline: 

Matters of fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement or employee misconduct affecting FLRA programs, operations or assets should be reported to the FLRA OIG. Matters that should be reported include:

• Criminal activity, such as: theft, bribery, corruption, blackmail, kickbacks, and computer crimes
• Waste, fraud and abuse of FLRA funds
• Mismanagement of FLRA funds, programs, or assets
• Contracting or Procurement Fraud or other procurement violations
• False Claims Act violations
• Travel or Purchase Card Fraud
• Violations of laws and regulations that affect FLRA programs and operations
• Government ethics violations
• FLRA employee misconduct or conflicts of interests
• Workplace violence
• Whistleblower reprisals against employees

What information to include in the hotline report:

• A detailed description of the matter being reported, e.g., what wrong was done
• Names of individuals (and/or companies and other entities) involved, dates, times and locations pertaining to all reportable activity
• Names and contact information for witnesses and any supporting documentation
• A description of how you became aware of the matter, what has been done to correct the matter, and what is its current status
• Why the violation occurred (what was the reason or rationale for the violation, if known)
• Anything else you feel is relevant or would assist in any investigation into the allegations

What Not to report to the OIG Hotline : 

Matters that should not be reported are those matters under the authority of others, those that should be handled by FLRA management or minor matters, these include:

• Do not report matters unrelated to FLRA programs, operations or assets
• Matters of FLRA employer-employee relations, unless related to a claim of a whistleblower reprisal
• Matters requiring an emergency response, such as a 911 emergency
• Minor incidents, such as time reporting matters and misuse of government property (report these incidents to the appropriate program