Office of the State Comptroller

Government Waste and Mismanagement Hotline: 1-855-OSC-TIPS (672-8477)

NJ Department of Corrections Failed to Adequately Investigate Allegations of Abuse

The unit charged with internal affairs investigations lost evidence and failed to interview key witnesses in some cases, the Office of the State Comptroller found.

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For Years, New Jersey State Police Knew About Data Showing Adverse Treatment of Minority Motorists – Yet Failed to Act

The problems run deeper than previously realized, a review by the Office of the State Comptroller finds.  

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Investigation Uncovers Waste, Abuse in Essex County’s $40 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Program

OSC found the County improperly awarded multi-year emergency contracts and had lax oversight of vendors.

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Hudson County Directed to Halt $13.5 Million Contract Award

Office of the State Comptroller finds Hudson County used improper process and circumvented transparency requirements since 2018.

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Irvington Finances in Disarray, Serious Deficiencies Found

The Office of the State Comptroller asks State to install an independent monitor.

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The High Price of Unregulated Private Police Training to New Jersey

OSC investigation finds private police training promoted unconstitutional tactics, demeaned women and minorities, and glorified violence.

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If you suspect government fraud, waste, or abuse, you can file an anonymous complaint with OSC by filling out the form below, emailing comptrollertips@osc.nj.gov, or calling us at 1-855-OSC-TIPS (672-8477).

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Medicaid Fraud Complaint

If you suspect Medicaid fraud, waste, or abuse, you can file an anonymous complaint with OSC by filling out the form below, emailing MedicaidFraud@osc.nj.gov, or calling us at 1-888-9FRAUD5 (937-2835).

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NJ Department of Corrections Failed to Adequately Investigate Allegations of Abuse

The unit charged with internal affairs investigations lost evidence and failed to interview key witnesses in some cases, the Office of the State Comptroller found. 

 

For Years, New Jersey State Police Knew About Data Showing Adverse Treatment of Minority Motorists – Yet Failed to Act

The problems run deeper than previously realized, a review by the Office of the State Comptroller finds.

Investigation Uncovers Waste, Abuse in Essex County’s $40 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Program

The Office of the State Comptroller found the County improperly awarded multi-year emergency contracts and had lax oversight of vendors.

Hudson County Directed to Halt $13.5 Million Contract Award

Office of the State Comptroller finds Hudson County used improper process and circumvented transparency requirements.

NJ Comptroller Blog

Acting State Comptroller Testifies Before Legislature on County Compensation Bill

Read the testimony by Acting State Comptroller Kevin D. Walsh about how bill S2702 would affect residents' ability to weigh in on the compensation of top county officials in New Jersey.

Acting State Comptroller Testifies Before Legislature on OPRA Bill

Read the testimony by Acting State Comptroller Kevin D. Walsh about how bill S2930 A4045 would impact transparency in New Jersey.

Register Now: Guidance for Avoiding Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

Guidance for Avoiding Fraud, Waste, and Abuse: A presentation for New Jersey Medicaid Pharmacy Providers

What New Jersey Medicaid Providers Need to Know About Section 6032

If you are a Medicaid provider, it is important to understand your responsibilities under Section 6032.

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