OIG complaints are intended only for serious allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, or other criminal or serious administrative misconduct. To ensure that the OIG is the most appropriate place to file your complaint, please review the "How to Report Fraud" section below.
For general inquiries, questions, or comments regarding Port Authority facilities, operations, or customer service please see the links to the right.
The OIG receives and handles allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement or misconduct affecting Port Authority programs and operations. You may report allegations through the contact information listed on this page. Allegations may be reported by Port Authority employees, contractors, or the general public.
The following are some examples of issues that should be reported to the OIG:
Issues That Should Be Reported
Issues That Should NOT Be Reported
Guidelines for Reporting Fraud
The more information you can provide us with, the better chance we have of determining whether any wrongdoing has been committed; without sufficient information, we may not be able to act on your allegation. If possible, please include:
Confidentiality and Anonymity
Individuals may always contact OIG anonymously.
We encourage complainants to identify themselves, however, in case additional questions arise as the OIG investigates their report.
If you do choose to identify yourself, the OIG will take every precaution to protect your identity. Except in very rare instances (for example, if a case goes to trial and a complainant testifies) your identity will never be known outside of the OIG.
Report Fraud to the OIG
You may report fraud, confidentially, in any of the following ways:
Please include a description of the suspected fraud and where that fraud occurred. All other fields are optional.
Please contact us for more information.
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