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NEA Office of Inspector General

Hotline Reporting Form

You can use this web form to submit allegations for review by the National Endowment for the Arts' Office of Inspector General.

Please provide us with as many details as you can about the alleged misconduct, the people involved, and anyone whom you think can provide more information.

While you can submit this form anonymously, doing so may limit our ability to conduct an investigation if questions only you can answer arise. If you do not provide your email address or some other form of contact information, we cannot respond to you. If you do choose to submit this form anonymously, please provide as many details as possible.

Government employees are protected from reprisal. Your identity will be held in confidence, unless the Inspector General determines the disclosure to be unavoidable.

This online complaint form uses a secure connection to transmit your information. However, if for any reason you are not comfortable submitting your complaint via the Internet, we recommend that you contact us by telephone at (202) 682-5402. Alternatively, you may submit the information via fax to (202) 682-5649 or mail it to National Endowment for the Arts, Office of Inspector General, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 601, Washington, DC 20506. You can send an email to the hotline email address at, but please be advised, the transmission of email via the internet is not secure.

Information about you:
If you agree to waive confidentiality and to be contacted by OIG personnel and others, please provide your contact information as listed below:

Contact Information (Telephone Number, E-mail Address, etc.):

You may report concerns pertaining to both NEA programs or NEA funded programs.

The selection of one or more allegation types is required. What would you like to report?

Use this area to give us a description of your allegation. Please include
(1) what is the problem you want to report
(2) how did you become aware of the problem
(3) when did it happen
(4) where and what documents or activities can be used to verify the problem and
(5) any additional information you feel is relevant:

Description of allegation:

Documents, activities and/or location of relevant evidence which can be used to verify the allegation:

Business or individuals involved (i.e., name, address, telephone number, etc.):

Other Information:

Fraud can also be reported using the General Accounting Office's Fraudnet web site. Be sure to identify the NEA as the agency involved in the comments box.