Office of the Inspector General

What We Do

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 OIG

If you wish to report an allegation of fraud, waste, or abuse within the executive branch of the State of Georgia, you may file a complaint online using the "Report Fraud, Waste, or Abuse" form below. OIG investigates complaints regarding management and operations of state agencies within the executive branch of the State of Georgia.

Report Fraud, Waste, or Abuse


Additionally, OIG has been tasked with oversight of sexual harassment investigations within the executive branch of the State of Georgia. If you are a state employee and wish to report an instance of sexual harassment, you may file your complaint using the "Report Sexual Harassment" form below.

Report Sexual Harassment

Governor Kemp signs Senate Bill 59 into law, providing statutory authority for the Georgia Office of the Inspector General

ATLANTA - Governor Brian P. Kemp signed SB59 into law today, providing statutory authority for the Georgia Office of the Inspector General. The office previously operated under Executive Order since its creation in January 2003. The signing of the bill grants law enforcement authority to the office enabling the hiring of peace officers and providing the ability to obtain subpoenas and search warrants.

Three Indicted in Gwinnett County for Racketeering involving Multiple Cyber Fraud Schemes

GWINNETT COUNTY – UGOCHINYERE ANAZODO, 44, of Atlanta, DOMINIQUE BEAULIEU, 44, of Atlanta, and WILLY OBENA, 44, of Orlando, were recently indicted on two counts of Racketeering.


OIG Publishes Open Letter Regarding UI Fraud in State Government

The Office of the State Inspector General (OIG) has submitted to the Governor a summary of its recent efforts to combat unemployment insurance (UI) fraud within Georgia’s public workforce. As further detailed in the letter, by combining data obtained from the State Accounting Office (SAO) and the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Inspector General, OIG tentatively identified over 280 full-time state employees who erroneously received unemployment insurance (UI) payments in 2020 or 2021. These payments averaged $23,700 per employee and totaled over $6.7 million.

Anti-Fraud Training

To help stop fraud before it occurs, we offer anti-fraud training to state government agencies.

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