OIG Hotline

Members of the public and Denali Commission employees may file a complaint with the Office of Inspector General (OIG) pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.

What to Report to the OIG Hotline

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

• Criminal activity, such as: theft, bribery, corruption, blackmail, kickbacks, and computer crimes
• Waste, fraud and abuse of Denali Commission funds
• Mismanagement of Denali Commission 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 Denali Commission programs and operations
• Government ethics violations
• Denali Commission 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 Denali Commission management or minor matters, these include:

• Do not report matters unrelated to Denali Commission programs, operations or assets
• Matters of Denali Commission 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

Report any allegation by using one of the following methods:

Mailing Address:

Denali Commission
Office of Inspector General
550 W 7th Avenue, Suite 1230
Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone Contact:

(907) 271-3500

Online Reporting

When reporting waste, fraud, abuse, mismanagement or misconduct to the OIG, a complainant may request that his or her identity remain confidential (i.e., known only to the OIG), allow their name to be used (i.e., included in any investigation that may take place), or anonymous (i.e., unknown even to the OIG).  If the complainant chooses to remain anonymous, OIG cannot obtain additional information on the allegation (e.g., testimonial or documentary evidence; identity of witnesses), and also cannot inform the complainant as to what action OIG has taken on the complaint.  Confidential status allows further communication between the OIG and the complainant after the original complaint is received.  Please click below to file the complaint type of your choice.

Without sufficient information we may be unable to act on your allegation.  Therefore,  in order to investigate your concerns properly, please provide as much  information as possible.  We are very interested in the information you have to provide regarding the misconduct, fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement in our programs and operations.

The identity of complainants is protected under the provisions of the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 (PDF) and the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended (PDF).

U.S. Office of Special Counsel

For information on federal prohibited personnel practices, whistleblowing, and whistleblower retaliation, refer to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel website: U.S. Office of Special Counsel