​Fiscal Activities Guidelines Reporting Fraud


In addition to establishing uniform accounting standards and policies, it is a goal of this committee to provide general information and other guidance to assist fiscal officers and other state employees relating to good practices or processes, or needed information that may not be readily available within the state. The purpose of this section of the Fiscal Policies Manual is to provide some general guidance and direction to other sources that may be helpful.


If there are other guidelines you would like to see included, please send them to the State Controller’s Office, Division of Statewide Accounting, Fiscal Policies Advisory Committee, or contact Tiffini LeJeune or David Fulkerson.

Reporting Fraud

Many agencies have fraud reporting mechanisms for various programs. However, depending upon the situation, it may not be clear to whom the fraud should be reported. If you encounter an instance of fraud, after you have informed your appropriate management, contact the Attorney General’s office, 208-334-2400. Property crimes should be reported to local police.​