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OSC offers training to federal agencies and non-federal organizations in each of the areas within OSC’s jurisdiction. Specifically, OSC offers training on:
prohibited personnel practices, including retaliation for whistleblowing;
whistleblower disclosures filed with OSC’s Disclosure Unit;
the Hatch Act and its application both to federal employees and to state, D.C., and local employees; and
the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
For information on how to request a Hatch Act speaker, please see our Outreach, Training, and Certification page on How to Request an OSC Speaker.
Additionally, OSC publishes a variety of materials on prohibited personnel practices, whistleblower disclosures and the Hatch Act. Some of these resources can be found here.