The passage of a law last July enhancing whistleblower rights and protections for U.S. Defense Department employees and contractors may have encouraged more Defense workers to come forward with allegations of fraud and other wrongdoing, according to figures reported by the Department of Defense inspector general’s office. Since August 2013, a month after the new law went into effect, the rate of complaints from Defense Department whistleblowers increased from four per month to six per month. The Defense Department has received more than 200 whistleblower complaints as of Jan. 1. The complaints involve allegations of fraud, waste and abuse, public ... Read More
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