American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Complaint Form
Commonwealth employees who, in good faith, give information of assistance to the Office of Inspector General are subject to protection by the Act of December 12, 1986, Number 169, known as the Whistleblower Law.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides whistleblower protection to employees of employers that receive recovery funds (including state and local governments), of contractors, of subcontractors, of grantees, or of professional membership organizations acting in the interest of recovery fund recipients. The Act provides protection to disclosures that (1) the employee believes are evidence of gross mismanagement, waste, or abuse of authority related to the use of recovery funds, and (2) are made to a state or federal regulatory or law enforcement agency. [H.R. 1, 111 th Cong., § 1553 (2009)]
Following the passage of ARRA, federal monies are flowing into the Commonwealth. The Pennsylvania Office of Inspector General has been tasked with investigating allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse involving ARRA stimulus monies.
To report suspected fraud, waste, and abuse involving individuals, agencies or businesses receiving stimulus generated contracts or monies please provide the following information:
Note that fields marked with a red asterisk (*) must be completed in order for the complaint to be processed.