Yesterday, Senator Charles Grassley and Representative Darrell Issa released a letter asking the Obama Administration for assistance in assessing the e-mail monitoring policies of all federal agencies. This letter was sent in light of Congressional and Office of Special Counsel investigations into the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) illegal targeting of whistleblowers for highly-intrusive monitoring.
The Congressional investigations raised the "broader question about the policies and practices for electronic surveillance at other federal agencies" and asked the Obama Administration's Office of Management and Budget to conduct a survey of every federal agency's policy.
These investigations were sparked by a lawsuit filed by six FDA whistleblowers and documents released by the National Whistleblowers Center that show the FDA intercepted personal communications to Congress, including emails to House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
You can Take Action by sending an email to the President, FDA officials, and members of Congress demanding that the six whistleblowers be protected and targeted surveillance be halted throughout the federal government.