Report Wrongdoing or Other Concerns

The Agency promotes a "speak-up, see something, say something" culture whereby internal staff, external business partners (e.g., grantees, borrowers) and the general public are encouraged to report instances of fraud, misuse of funds, conflicts of interest, or other concerns without fear of retaliation. You may make a report by contacting the Agency's Chief Risk Officer or any member of the Agency's Servant Leadership Team.

Minnesota Housing also uses a phone and internet-based reporting system managed by NavexGlobal EthicsPoint, an external third-party provider. This system has been established to provide an alternative channel for employees, contractors, board members, vendors, stakeholders and the general public to communicate concerns confidentially and anonymously. You have the following two options to make a report of wrongdoing or other concerns through EthicsPoint:
  • You may call 866-886-1274 and an EthicsPoint Contact Center Specialist will record your concerns and collect the information needed for us to investigate your concerns.
  • If you do not feel comfortable bringing information forward over the phone, you can click the Report Wrongdoing or Other Concerns website to make your report.
Tennessen Warning
A Tennessen Warning is given to any individual who makes a Report of Wrongdoing. Some of the information you are being asked to provide may be considered private or confidential under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13.

Minnesota Housing Finance Agency ("Minnesota Housing") is asking you to provide information that will be used to determine if any statutes, regulations, or rules related to Minnesota Housing have been violated. You are not required to provide this information. However, if you choose not to provide the information Minnesota Housing many not be able to fully investigate the report you are making. The information you provide may be shared with Minnesota Housing staff, whose jobs require them to see it, and its contractors in appropriate cases. Where access to the information is authorized by state or federal law, the information may also be made available to others as so authorized.