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Whistleblowers play a vital role in exposing corruption and other misconduct by the federal government and its contractors. The public relies on these brave and honest employees to blow the whistle on wasteful spending, lax safety or security practices, dangerous products, and other abuses. Unfortunately, whistleblowers are almost always reprimanded, fired, and/or harassed, even if they have not “gone public” and even after their allegations are proven correct. POGO works to strengthen laws and regulations to protect these people from intimidation and retaliation.
Special Counsel Scott Bloch Submits Resignation Letter
October 22, 2008
Court Rules Against University of California Whistleblowers
August 12, 2008
Rep. Waxman and Davis Call for Bloch's Resignation
July 29, 2008
Oberstar Pushes Stronger FAA Whistleblower Office
July 17, 2008
Terror, Where? The Homecoming
July 14, 2008
Lurching from Bad to Worse to...
July 11, 2008
KBR Whistleblower Comes Forward
June 17, 2008