- Type of DOL funds or programs involved and any specific restrictions, rules,
or regulations that relate to them;
- What the individual(s) did that is inappropriate. Include anything the individual
may have done to avoid detection;
- Names, positions, organizations involved in the inappropriate activity, as
well as the names of individuals involved. Include names, addresses, and telephone
numbers, if possible;
- Date(s) of the misconduct or wrongdoing.
- Names and addresses of sub- and primary contractors;
- Nature of the wrongdoing (e.g., intentional misuse of funds for other purposes,
cost mischarging, defective pricing, or conflict of interest);
Type of contract (e.g., fixed-fee or cost-plus);
- Bid, contract, or grant numbers;
- Date of the contract or grant award;
- Name of the agency official responsible for the contract or grant; and;
- Cost and terms of the contract.
Payoffs from management to labor officials or other illegal payments or
- Theft or misuse of union assets;
- False reports on ERISA required documents;
- Deprivation of union rights
- Embezzlement from an employee benefit plan;
- Extortion or obstruction of interstate commerce by threat or violence.
Important Note: If the misconduct has been reported to another Federal
agency, provide as much information as possible on when it
was reported and which
Federal agency received the report.