Contractor Disclosure Program


The purpose of the Contractor Disclosure Program is to afford contractors a means of reporting certain violations of the civil False Claims Act discovered during self-policing activities; to provide a framework for government verification of the matters disclosed; and to provde an additional means for a coordinated evaluation of administrative, civil, and criminal actions appropriate to the situation. 

Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Case 2007-006, "Contractor Business Ethics Compliance Program and Disclosure Requirements," was published as a final rule in the Federal Register on
12 Nov 08, which amends the FAR, adding a new contract clause, FAR clause 52.203-13, which states, "the Contractor shall timely disclose, in writing, to the agency Office of the Inspector General (OIG), with a copy to the contracting officer, certain violations of criminal law, violations of the civil False Claims Act, or a significant overpayment.

To read more detailed information on this program, click on the link below:
Contractor Disclosure Program Guide to Submitting a Disclosure

If you qualify,you may submit a contractor disclosure (See Sample Disclosure) via electronic mail to: Or you may visit the DoD-IG Investigative Policy and Oversight web page to submit an online disclosure.

For additional Contractor Disclosure support, you may phone 866-429-8011.

Department of Defense
Office of Inspector General
Investigative Policy and Oversight
Contractor Disclosure Program
400 Army Navy Drive, Room 1051
Arlington, VA 22202-4704

Telephone:  703-604-8711 (COM) or 664-8711 (DSN)
Facsimile: 703-604-8720