Before accessing the form, do you understand what types of activity should be reported to Treasury OIG?
The Office of Investigations is responsible for investigating criminal activity and employee misconduct associated with the operations of Treasury bureaus (not the Internal Revenue Service). Please return to the Report Fraud, Waste, and Abuse page for a comprehensive list of the types of activity to report to the Office of Investigations.
Common types of complaints that should be reported to our office:
- Threats against Treasury employees and facilities
- Criminal and serious Treasury employee misconduct
- Fraud involving Treasury contracts and grants
- Cyber threats against Treasury systems
- CARES Act - Payroll Support Program (PSP) for Air Carriers, State/Local/Territorial funds, Tribal funds
- Rental Assistance
Common types of complaints that should NOT be reported to our office:
- Economic Impact Payments (EIP), including lost/stolen/destroyed/not received EIPs, EIPs issued on debit cards
- CARES Act - Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)
- Matters involving IRS programs, employees, or operations, to include customer service complaints
- Direct Express customer service complaints
- Matters involving a home loan, such as refinancing and modifications
- Matters involving a conflict between you and your financial institution