Ana Popovich is a contributing editor with Front Line Whistleblower News, where she writes about breaking whistleblower news, healthcare fraud whistleblowers, and Covid-19 fraud whistleblowers. Ana has a B.A. in English from Georgetown University. While at Georgetown, she was the marketing chair of an affinity group and wrote content for the McDonough School of Business’ Business for Impact program. In 2018, Popovich was a public interest legal intern at the whistleblower law firm Kohn, Kohn and Colapinto. 

Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) introduced legislation aimed to improve whistleblower anonymity. The Enhancing Protections for Whistleblower Anonymity Act focuses on enhancing safety for whistleblowers in terms of identity. Rep. Swalwell
Continue Reading Representative Eric Swalwell Introduces Enhancing Protections for Whistleblower Anonymity Act

On June 3, 2020, the DOJ (Department of Justice) published a press release detailing the U.S.’s involvement in a lawsuit against AECOM, an L.A-based architecture, and engineering firm initiated by
Continue Reading DOJ Intervenes in False Claims Act Whistleblower Case Against AECOM: Lawsuit Related to Hurricane Katrina Relief

The SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) announced a historic whistleblower award on June 4,  2020.  A whistleblower who “provided detailed, firsthand observations of misconduct by a company” will receive “nearly $50
Continue Reading SEC Whistleblower Office Pays Largest Reward in Program History