Complaint Form

Fraud, Waste and Abuse Complaint Form

Please remember that ALL information you provide is kept strictly confidential and only used for investigative purposes.

Please provide as much detail as possible to ensure we can do a thorough investigation. 

Please also remember that the Fraud, Waste and Abuse Hotline only investigates allegations involving state business and does not investigate:

  • Matters Involving Personnel Issues or Grievances
  • Legislative and Judicial Branches of State Government.
  • Any Federal, County, or Municipal Officials, Boards, Governing Bodies or Agencies.
  • Private Entities or Organizations

Please complete the information below.  If you choose to remain anonymous, please leave your name and contact information blank.

Page Title

Your Contact Information
Hotline Source
Allegation/Complaint *
Subjects Involved *
Witnesses to Allegations
Director/Manager/Supervisor Aware of Allegation
Previously Reported
Evidence or Material to Support Claim

Fraud, Abuse and Whistle Blower Protection Act Program (WBPA)

(Code of Virginia, Title 2.2. Administration of Government » Chapter 30.1. The Fraud and Abuse Whistle Blower Protection Act, § 2.2-3009 – 3014).

WBPA was established in 2009 as a way to offer protection and monetary rewards for state employees and Commonwealth citizens that report instances of fraud, abuse or other wrongdoing committed within executive branch government by state employees or state contractors, where a recovery of at least $5,000 in state funds is ultimately able to be made. Under the WBPA, a state employee or Commonwealth citizen must provide their contact information if they intend on filing a claim under the WBPA Reward Fund. A Whistle Blower may receive up to 10% of the money that is recovered as a result of their disclosure of fraud or wrongdoing.

Whistle Blower Allegation
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If further assistance is needed to complete this form or you wish to report your allegations over the telephone, please contact our confidential Fraud, Waste and Abuse Hotline at 1-800-723-1615.

To follow-up on a previously reported allegation or add additionally information to a current investigation, please contact our Fraud, Waste and Abuse Hotline during normal business hours.

If you wish to submit your allegation(s) via US Postal Mail, please print a copy of this form and mail to:

Office of the State Inspector General
James Monroe Building
P.O. Box 1151
Richmond, VA 23218