Below is a list of categories for reporting concerns related to fraud, waste, and abuse. This list is intended to assist you in identifying the type of issue that matches your concern.

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University of Oregon
Accounting & Financial
Conflict of Interest and Purchasing Ethics Using a university position for personal financial gain. The Oregon State Ethics Law (ORS 244) outlines guidelines for public officials. Examples may include an employee contracting with a vendor who is a family member or giving, receiving, or soliciting gifts or items of value from a vendor.
Donor Stewardship Mishandling of donor funds directed to the institution, including funds that may not have been used in accordance with the donor's intentions and wishes.
Falsification of Contracts, Reports or Records Altering, fabricating, destroying, misrepresenting, or forging contracts or documents for personal gain or unfair advantage. One example may include forging the signature of a university official on a legal document.
Improper Disclosure of Confidential or Sensitive Records Disclosure of confidential personal data which may lead to identity theft. One example includes the loss of computers containing social security numbers obtained from university databases.
Misuse of University Assets Using university resources for personal use. Examples may include using a state-owned car for personal travel, making routine personal long distance calls on university phones, and using university-owned copy machines for personal business operation.
Payroll and Time Abuse Inappropriate reporting of hours and wages. Examples include not recording time away from work (leave) and reporting hours that were not worked - including overtime.
Purchasing and Expenditures Purposeful, unauthorized, or falsified purchases or expenditures for personal gain or in violation of funding restrictions. Examples may include purchases of computers for personal use, falsified travel reimbursements, abuse of procurement card for the use of personal expenses, and purchasing of alcohol with state or federal funds.
Theft or Conversion of University Property Act of unlawfully taking university assets such as cash or equipment and converting them for personal use or selling them for personal gain.