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Q: What can I do if I have evidence that someone in the SCSEP program has been committing fraud?
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A: Your options depend on the kind of fraud you are talking about:
1. If the fraud involves a participant’s application or continued eligibility for the program, you should notify the sub-grantee. The regulations require the sub-grantee to investigate and to initiate the termination process if the facts warrant.
2. If you believe the fraud has harmed you personally, you should file a complaint under the grantee’s grievance policy. If the complaint involves claims of discrimination, you also have the right to file with DOL’s Civil Rights Center.
3. If you have a whistle blower complaint alleging misuse of federal funds or other violations of federal law, you should file your complaint with DOL’s Office of the Inspector General, with a copy to the Federal Project Officer assigned to the grantee.
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