Corporate Whistleblowers

MSN: Trump Wages a War on Watchdogs as Coronavirus Elevates Their Importance

Note: this article, featuring our National Security Analyst and Deputy Director of Legislation Irvin McCullough, was originally published here. Trump Wages a War on Watchdogs as Coronavirus Elevates Their Importance WASHINGTON — As federal officials spend money at an unprecedented rate to stem coronavirus damage, President Trump is taking on the watchdogs charged with ensuring [...]

Press Statement: Government Accountability Project Condemns Removal of IG Leader Overseeing Pandemic Spending

For Immediate Release: April 7, 2020 Government Accountability Project Condemns Removal of IG Leader Overseeing Pandemic Spending Whistleblower Advocates Criticize Trump’s Interference with IGs’ Independence WASHINGTON – Today, President Donald Trump relieved Glenn Fine, leader of the panel of Inspectors General (IGs) responsible for overseeing allocation and implementation of the $2 trillion pandemic stimulus law, [...]

Social Distancing in Detention: An Inherent Paradox that Threatens Lives, for Detainees and the Public

Social Distancing in Detention: An Inherent Paradox that Threatens Lives, for Detainees and the Public By Emma Lyons Government Accountability Project has long represented federal whistleblowers who drew attention to threats to immigrant health and safety under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” and “Remain in Mexico” policies. Even under normal circumstances, research has documented the [...]

Corporate Crime Reporter: Group Calls on Citizens to Blow the Whistle on Motorola Cell Phone Safety Studies

Note: this article, featuring our Legal Director Tom Devine, was originally published here. Group Calls on Citizens to Blow the Whistle on Motorola Cell Phone Safety Studies A new organization was launched last week to expose concealed information about the health and safety risks of mobile phones. The Mobile Phone Whistleblower Project – an initiative of [...]

2020-01-28T08:25:28-05:00January 28th, 2020|Corporate Whistleblowers, In The News|

CNBC: How Corporate Whistleblowers Make Millions

Note: this video, featuring our Legal Director Tom Devine, is linked here. How Corporate Whistleblowers Make Millions In 2010, the SEC launched a whistleblower program complete with a bounty for exposing fraud. Since the inception of the program, 66 whistleblowers have been paid $387 million for their contributions. Ted Siedle is one of them. He [...]

2019-11-12T15:40:43-05:00November 12th, 2019|Corporate Whistleblowers, In The News|