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Whistle-Blower's Form

Office of the Inspector General Investigations Whistle-Blower's Form. Whistle-blower complaints may be filed with the OIG or with the Office of the Chief Inspector General (OCIG). When you file a Whistle-blower complaint with the OCIG, they will review your complaint and usually refer it to the state agency to which the complaint relates for a Whistle-blower Determination. When the OIG receives a Whistle-blower complaint, either directly from the complainant or forwarded from the OCIG, the OIG will contact the complainant by telephone to conduct a telephone interview and obtain the information needed to determine whether the complaint meets Whistle-blower criteria.

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Inspector General Complaint Form

Office of the Inspector General Complaint Form. In accordance with Children and Families Operating Procedure (CFOP) 180-4, employees are required to report certain violations to the OIG within two days of discovery. Complaints may also be made by providers, clients, or the general public. Complaints and reports may be sent to the OIG via mail, e-mail, or submission of a web complaint.

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