Report Bribery, Attempted Bribery or Other Forms of Corruption in the Russian Federation
Section 202 (b) of the Russia and Moldova Jackson-Vanik Repeal and Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act of 2012 requires that the Secretary of Commerce establish and maintain a dedicated phone hotline and secure website, accessible from within and outside the Russian Federation, for the purpose of allowing United States entities to report instances of bribery, attempted bribery, or other forms of corruption in the Russian Federation that impact or potentially impact their operations; and to request the assistance of the United States with respect to issues relating to corruption in the Russian Federation.
If you would like to report an instance of bribery, attempted bribery, or other form of corruption in the Russian Federation or to request assistance in dealing with the incident of bribery, attempted bribery or corruption, you may complete and submit the form provided at https://tcc.export.gov/Report _a_Barrier/russia_corruption_reporting_form.pdf. Your information and any documents that you attach will be transmitted to us via secure email using the Accellion secure file transfer service. In order to use this service, you will need to register for an account. There is no cost to you for registering for this account.
How to use the Accellion secure file transfer service
- Point your web browser to https://sft2.doc.gov/
- Click on "I don’t have an account yet"
- Enter your email address and click "register."
- Wait for verification code to be mailed to you. Once you have received the email, verify your email address using the link provided and assign yourself a password.
- Once registered, please return to https://sft2.doc.gov/ to send files.
- From https://sft2.doc.gov/, click on "Send File" to send email to Russia Corruption Reporting Hotline: RCRH@trade.gov
If you do not wish to use this form, you may submit a report or request assistance by calling the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Russia Corruption Telephone Hotline at (202) 482-7945.
A member of our staff will contact you by secure email or by phone, as appropriate to obtain additional information or to discuss your request for assistance. Every effort will be made to protect the confidentiality of the information you provide.