The goal of the Lower Manhattan
Construction Command Center (LMCCC)’s fraud department
is to ensure that all construction projects in Lower
Manhattan within the agency’s jurisdiction proceed
with the utmost integrity, free of corruption and wrongdoing.
As part of its responsibility, the LMCCC has established a toll-free telephone hotline and secure on-line complaint form to allow for the confidential reporting of potentially fraudulent activity on job sites, including theft, safety hazards, security breaches, bribes or kickbacks, alcohol or drug abuse, prevailing wage violations, or any other unethical or illegal conduct.
LMCCC’s consultants will receive complaints and
transmit the complaints to the LMCCC fraud prevention
director. The LMCCC will review the information and
refer complainants to the agency or Inspector General’s
office that has jurisdiction over the matter.
The LMCCC chairs a group of Inspectors General that have oversight responsibility for agencies performing work in Lower Manhattan or who issue funds for projects in Lower Manhattan. This group, the Lower Manhattan Construction Integrity Team (LMCIT), is comprised of the Inspectors General for the State of New York; the New York City Departments of Transportation and Department of Design and Construction; the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; the Metropolitan Transportation Authority; the United States Department of Transportation; and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. LMCIT also represents the New York City Business Integrity Commission, the United States Department of Labor Office of the Inspector General, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Office of the Chief Compliance Officer.
Consultant: Global Compliance Services
the Fraud Prevention Department
New York City Police - Community Affairs Bureau