New Ombudsman to Set the Tone for Whistleblowers at DOJ

, Corporate Counsel


The U.S. Department of Justice is flashing a green light to whistleblowers in its own ranks with the creation of a new position in the Office of the Inspector General: Whistleblower Ombudsperson.

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  • Lulaine

    Whistleblowers have had it hard for a long time and only now that people are starting to appreciate the sacrifices they go through when they decide to come forward with the information they have about whatever industry. Especially now with all this corruption, whistleblowers are becoming even more important than they have been before.

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