DISA Ft. Meade HQ in 2022


The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Hotline provides an avenue to report fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement regarding programs and personnel under the purview of DISA.  Our primary responsibility is to receive and evaluate your concerns and complaints, and to determine the appropriate DISA component responsible to take action.  In many instances, we can provide you information which may answer your questions or address your concerns, in lieu of filing a complaint.  The DISA OIG Hotline is available for you to report your issues or concerns 24 hours / 7 days a week.


Members of the public and DISA employees, including military members, civilian employees, and DISA contractor employees, may file a complaint with the DISA OIG Hotline.  However, we encourage military and civilian employees to discuss complaints, allegations, or requests for assistance first with their commander, chain of command, or supervisor before contacting the OIG.  We recommend that you read the link Read Before Filing before submitting your complaint as many complaints can be addressed through different channels.

To view types of complaints and issues our office handles, please take a moment to review the What Should be Reported to the DISA OIG Hotline page, as well as the Frequently Asked Questions page.  In tandem, both pages contain valuable information regarding what types of issues are appropriate for Hotline review. These pages also provide other resources, outside of DISA, which may help you to expeditiously resolve your matter.

If you believe you have experienced reprisal, please read the Reprisal Complaints page to learn how to submit a reprisal complaint.

If you have any questions, please contact the DISA OIG Hotline at:

(800) 266-5173
(301) 225-6250, DSN 375-6250
SBU IP (Unclassified Only): disa.meade.ig.mbx.ig-hotline@mail.mil
SIPR: disa.meade.ig.mbx.ig-hotline@mail.smil.mil
JWICS: disa_ig_hotline@disa.ic.gov


Before you contact the DISA OIG, please consider the following:

  1. Give your chain of command the first chance to solve the problem.  Many problems must be addressed to the chain of command to obtain resolution.
  2. Be honest and do not provide misleading information.  There are penalties for knowingly providing false information.
  3. Keep in mind that our office can only recommend, not order a resolution. We will identify the facts but it is up to leadership to implement a resolution.
  4. Please support your claim with facts. We can only resolve a case on the basis of fact.