Contractor Self-Disclosure Program
The HHS OIG's contractor self-disclosure program provides a means for contractors to self-disclose potential violations of the False Claims Act and various Federal criminal laws involving fraud, conflict of interest, bribery or gratuity. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requires certain Federal contractors (those with contracts valued over $5,000,000) to disclose when they have credible evidence of one of these violations. These contractors are required to make their disclosures to the Office of Inspector General. HHS OIG accepts contractor self-disclosures regarding contracts awarded by any HHS Operating or Staff Division.
Please refer to the Guidance for Submitting a Contractor Self-Disclosure and the Contractor Self-Disclosure Program, Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
How to Submit a Contractor Self-Disclosure
- Download the HHS OIG Contractor Self-Disclosure form.
- Send the completed form via mail, fax, or email to the contact information below.
Office of Inspector General
ATTN: Contractor Self-Disclosure, Intake Coordinator
Department of Health and Human Services
330 Independence Avenue, SW, Cohen Building
Washington, DC 20201
Fax: (202) 205-0604
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