After the White House issued an emergency declaration regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in late winter of 2020, many people began working from home. But like others deemed essential, U.S. Postal Service employees continued reporting to work. The mail had to keep moving; critical items such as...Read More
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In order to expedite your request, we want to make sure you reach the correct agency or department. Please choose from the links below to be directed appropriately. If your request does not fall within the jurisdiction of the Office of the Inspector General, you will be directed to the U.S. Postal Service or the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, depending on which can best address your request.
- … theft or destruction by a non-postal employee
- … theft by a postal employee\mail fraud
- … workman\employee fraud -- false injury claims, or false application information)
- … embezzlements and financial crimes -- issues of a financial crime or false operating expenses)
- … contract fraud
- … kickbacks of a USPS employee accepting money for an illegal activity
- … computer crimes
- … narcotics
- … employee misconduct
- … internal affairs and executive investigations -- report abuse or harassment by a USPS manager or executive misconduct)
- … whistleblower reprisal
- … destruction of mail by Postal Service employee or contractor