The PCSF Tip Center receives and reviews complaints, concerns, and tips regarding individuals and/or organizations potentially engaged in antitrust crimes—such as price fixing, bid rigging, and related schemes—affecting government procurement, grant, and program funding.
If you have information about a possible antitrust violation affecting government procurement, grant, and/or program funding, please submit your concern by email or regular mail to:
||Procurement Collusion Strike Force Tip Center
950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20530
When making a submission by email or mail, please use the following questions as a guide to describe your concern:
Who Was Involved?
What are the names of the companies and/or people involved in the suspected antitrust violation(s) affecting government procurement?
What Government Contract, Grant, or Program Was Affected?
What is the government contract, grant, or program affected by the suspected illegal conduct?
Can you describe the conduct you suspect violates the law, including:
- What products and/or services are the subject of the government contract, grant, or program?
- What suspected illegal conduct occurred (for example, bid rigging, price fixing, allocating a market or customers)?
- When did it happen?
- Where did it happen?
- Who was involved and how?
If your antitrust concerns do not involve government procurement, grant, and/or program funding, please report your concern to the Antitrust Division’s Citizen Complaint Center.
If you do not think your concerns involve the antitrust laws, you may want to visit the Department of Justice site for more information or send a message to the Department of Justice.
Please keep in mind that the Antitrust Division is prohibited from giving legal advice to private individuals.
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