As reported by the Government Accountability Project, a nonprofit organization located in Washington DC, some federal agencies have purchased software to monitor the electronic activities of government employees. This software also can be, and allegedly has, been used to monitor whistleblowers.
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Out of 2409 whistleblower retaliation cases “investigated” by the DOD Inspector General’s office since 2006, only one case was ruled in favor of the whistleblower and that was in 2006, a very dismal and shocking record. However, recently, the IG validated a contractor whistleblower’s reprisal case mainly because the case was related a defense contract [...]Continue Reading →
The third in a series of articles by Dina Rasor and Charles Smith exposing the self-dealing scandals of the War Service Industry. This article exposes the major characters involved in the self-dealing on behalf of the DoD and why it is so tough for whistleblowers to make their voice heard.
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