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The State of Georgia Office of the Inspector General promotes transparency and accountability in state government. OIG diligently investigates fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption in the executive branch. We work to promote effective controls, improve agency policies and procedures, and identify opportunities for efficiency. We also provide statewide oversight of sexual harassment investigations.
Contact the hotline to report fraud, waste or abuse. We investigate complaints regarding management and operation of state agencies within the executive branch.
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive SW, 1102 West Tower
Atlanta, GA 30334
Depending on the details of your matter, other investigative agencies may be a more appropriate resource for your complaint or inquiry.
Contact for complaints related to "food stamps", Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS), child care facilities, and other GA DHS matters.
Contact for complaints related to Medicaid recipients, healthcare facilities, and other GA DCH matters.
Contact to report Medicaid provider fraud/abuse and patient abuse.
Contact for complaints related to Women, Infants and Children (WIC), HIV, Immunization, Emergency Preparedness, Epidemiology, Public Health Lab, Environmental Protection, Emergency Medical Services, and other GA DPH matters.
Learn more about the office and details around filing a complaint.
The Office of the State Inspector General has completed its FY 2021 annual report.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – The Office of the State Inspector General has issued its report documenting various allegations and findings concerning former Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Director Joshua Waites of the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR).
CLAYTON COUNTY – A former daycare director, Olubusola Eunice Drumgoole of Jonesboro, has been indicted by a Clayton County grand jury for falsely representing herself as another individual during an official visit conducted by the Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL).
To help stop fraud before it occurs, we offer anti-fraud training to state government agencies.
Interested in furthering your education in the fields of fraud examination and interviews and interrogations? Check out our partnership with Kennesaw State and the International Association of Interviewers for a unique opportunity!