Report Procurement Fraud, Waste, or Abuse
You can use this on-line form to report potential fraud, waste, or abuse in the procurement area for any State Agency, College or University under the University System of Georgia, or Technical College under the Technical College System of Georgia.
- To report non-purchasing issues related to food stamp benefits or other social service programs under the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS), report your matter to the Georgia Department of Human Services Office of the Inspector General by clicking here.
- To report non-purchasing issues related to
Medicaid, report your matter to the Georgia Department of Community Health Office of the Inspector General by clicking here.
To expedite the investigative process for fraud, waste, and abuse not related to State of Georgia purchasing, you can also determine the most appropriate agency to report your matter to by clicking here for other investigative agencies provided by the State of Georgia Office of the Inspector General.
The State Purchasing Division (SPD) will review any reported acts of fraud, waste, or abuse related to procurement but does not conduct criminal investigations. If our initial review determines that there is a possibility of wrongdoing on the part of any State employee or any of the State's suppliers, the matter will be referred to the appropriate State or Federal Entity.
To report any act of fraud, waste, or abuse related to procurement, please complete the online form at
SPD Fraud, Waste, and Abuse tip line.
When completing the form, please remember:
- SPD only reviews acts related to potential fraud, waste, or abuse related to procurement (purchasing) activities at those Entities in the Executive Branch of Georgia State Government and that are under the authority of SPD.
- SPD does not have the authority to review:
- The Judicial Branch (for example, lawyers, judges, and prosecutors).
- The State House of Representatives or the State Senate.
- Local government entities (for example, police departments, school boards, county and city government offices).
- Whistleblower law violation complaints.