FY 2018 Public Files

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This list is maintained pursuant to 5 U.S.C. § 1219 for matters transmitted to heads of agencies in accordance with 5 U.S.C.​§ 1213 (c) and (d). A copy of each agency report is filed as shown in the table below and can be accessed by clicking on the PDF.

RESULT CODES​

​10Changes in agency rules, regulations, policy or practices20Restoration of any aggrieved employee
​30Disciplinary action against any employee40Referral of criminal matter to the Attorney General
​50Other actions60Totally unsubstantiated
​​65​Unsubstantiated but led to agency changes​70​Cost savings to the government and/or accountability
​80 Improved health and/or safety90 Special Counsel found report not reasonable​​
​100​Partially substantiated110Substantiated

 

PUBLIC LIST

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​​OSC File #​​AgencyLocationDate ClosedResult CodeLetter to PresidentAnalysis​Referral LetterAgency Report(s)Whistleblower Comments
​​18-01

DI-17-1431

Environmental Protection Agency

Washington, D.C.

11-8-17
10, 90, 100PDF Document

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18-02
DI-14-2519​

Department of Veterans Affairs

Albany, NY​

11-8-17

10,80,90,100
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​18-03​DI-15-4906​Department of Veterans Affairs​​Albuquerque, NM​11-30-1710,80,100​PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-04​DI-16-0254​Peace Corps​Washington, D.C.​1-3-1810,80,90,100​PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-05​DI-17-1416​Department of Defense, Department of the Army​Washington, D.C.​1-4-18​10, 100PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-06​DI-15-1969​Department of Homeland Security​Washington, D.C.​1-10-18​65PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-07​DI-17-1738​Department of Veterans AffairsBatavia, NY​1-10-1865​PDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-08​DI-16-5687, DI-16-5688, DI-16-5689, DI-16-5690​Department of Veterans AffairsManchester, NH​​1-25-18​10, 80, 90, 100PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-09​DI-14-4602 and DI-17-3402​Department of Veterans AffairsBedford, MA​​1-25-18​10, 30, 40, 70, 90, 100PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-10DI-14-3637​Department of Veterans Affair​s​Washington, D.C.1-26-18​90, 100​PDF Document
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​18-11​D​I-17-3584Department of Agriculture​Riverdale, MD​2-27-18​10, 80, 100​PDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-12​DI-16-3664Department of Veterans Affairs​Miami, FL​2-28-18​10, 60, 80, 90​PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
18-13​​DI-16-2674​Environmental Protection Agency​Washington, D.C.​3-7-18​60​PDF Document​    PDF Document​​​​​​                  PDF Document
​18-14​DI-16-1436​Department of Transportation​College Park, GA​3-27-18​60PDF DocumentPDF Document
​​18-15​DI-16-4251​Department of Veterans Affairs​Columbia, SC​3-29-18​10, 80, 100PDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-16​DI-17-4599​Department of Veterans Affairs​Wilmington, DE​3-29-18​10, 80, 110PDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-17​DI-16-5848​Department of Veterans Affairs​Big Spring, TX​4-13-2018​50, 100PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-18​DI-16-5887Department of Defense, Department of the Navy​Newport, RI​4-24-2018​10, 110PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-19​DI-17-1231 and DI-17-1256​Department of Veterans Affairs​Bedford, MA​​4-30-201810, 80, 100​PDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-20​DI-16-5859​Department of Veterans Affairs​Northport, NY​​5-3-2018​65PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-21​DI-16-2721​Department of Defense, Department of the Navy​Port Hueneme, CA​5-7-201810, ​70, 100PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
18-22​​DI-14-3461 and DI-14-3589​Department of Veterans Affairs​Beckley, WV​5-15-2018​10, 80, 100PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-23​DI-16-4382Department of Veterans Affairs​Durham, NC​​5-31-2018​10, 30, 70, 100​PDF DocumentPDF Document

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​18-24​DI-17-1298Department of Transportation​​Washington, D.C.​6-13-201810, 80, 100​PDF DocumentPDF DocumentPDF Document
​18-25​DI-16-3546​Environmental Protection Agency​EPA Region 4 - Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi​6-14-201810, 50, 80, 100​PDF DocumentPDF Document

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