On June 18, 2012, the OIG announced that it intends to update its 1998 Provider Self-Disclosure Protocol, which established a process for health care providers to disclose potential fraud involving the federal health care programs. According to the OIG, it has resolved more than 800 disclosures, resulting in over $280 million in recoveries, during the past 14 years. During this time, the OIG provided additional guidance on disclosures through three “Open Letters to Health Care Providers”; the OIG is now considering unspecified revisions to the Protocol to provide additional guidance. The OIG invites the public to submit recommendations on how best to revise the Protocol to address relevant issues and provide useful guidance to the health care industry. Comments will be accepted until August 17, 2012.  Industry watchers will note that Lew Morris, Chief Counsel to the OIG, recently retired from government service.  In light of this departure, it will be interesting to see whether the OIG makes substantive changes to the Self-Disclosure Protocol.