Meet the 2018 Special Counsel Public Servants of the YearOSC Files Hatch Act Complaint Against Immigration JudgeEPA Whistleblower Prompts Fixes to Address Faulty Lead Paint Inspections that Put Public at RiskOSC Presses VA to Report on HIV Testing Methods After Whistleblower Exposes Slow Implementation of Latest Generation Testing Directive in Miami Whistleblower Revealed $32 Million in Missing Navy Equipment, Mishandled Classified MaterialFollow OSC on Twitter
Meet the 2018 Special Counsel Public Servants of the Year
Congratulations to F. Michael Abreu, Heather Callahan Chuck, and Sharlene Mata. All three were Deputy Federal Security Directors for TSA in Hawaii who faced retaliation after blowing the whistle on airport security protocols
OSC Files Hatch Act Complaint Against Immigration Judge
EPA Whistleblower Prompts Fixes to Address Faulty Lead Paint Inspections that Put Public at Risk
OSC Presses VA to Report on HIV Testing Methods After Whistleblower Exposes Slow Implementation of Latest Generation Testing Directive in Miami
OSC is pressing the Department of Veterans Affairs to report on the status of updated HIV testing nationwide after a Miami whistleblower exposed the slow implementation of new methods at the VA facility there.
Whistleblower Revealed $32 Million in Missing Navy Equipment, Mishandled Classified Material
OSC sent a letter to the President and Congress notifying them of mismanagement at the U.S. Department of the Navy after a whistleblower revealed more than $32 million in missing equipment, in addition to mishandling of classified materials
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Federal Whistleblower Rights and Protections

An explanation of the rights of federal government employees who have blown the whistle on government wrongdoing, explained by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel.

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