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Intelligence Community Whistleblower Ombudsman Fired

Posted in False Claims Act, Federal Employee Whistleblowers, Intelligence Community Whistleblowers, News
Intelligence Community Whistleblower Ombudsman FiredIntelligence community whistleblower ombudsman Dan Meyer has been fired. This is a disturbing and problematic move. It is particularly surprising, or perhaps cynically appropriate, that this occurred shortly after members of the intelligence community (IC) met with whistleblower rights organizations earlier this month.… Continue Reading

“No Right Without a Remedy”: Why NSA Whistleblower Protections Are Lacking

Posted in Federal Employee Whistleblowers, Government Whistleblowers, Intelligence Community Whistleblowers, National Security, News
"No Right Without a Remedy": Why NSA Whistleblower Laws Are LackingEarlier this month Stephen M. Kohn, executive director of the National Whistleblower Center, attended a roundtable discussion with the National Security Agency (NSA) Inspector General (IG) Robert Storch. The meeting served as an avenue for the IG to hear comments on the NSA’s whistleblower program. In attendance was Andrew Snowdon, NSA whistleblower coordinator and Office of the Inspector General (OIG)… Continue Reading