Difference between revisions of "Whistleblower Protection Laws"

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To be protected, the disclosure must be made to a Member of Congress or Congressional committee, an IG, the GAO, a federal employee responsible for contract or grant oversight or management at the relevant agency, an authorized official of DOJ or other law enforcement agency, a court or grand jury or a management official or other employee of the contractor or subcontractor who has the responsibility to investigate, discover, or address misconduct.
To be protected, the disclosure must be made to a Member of Congress or Congressional committee, an IG, the GAO, a federal employee responsible for contract or grant oversight or management at the relevant agency, an authorized official of DOJ or other law enforcement agency, a court or grand jury or a management official or other employee of the contractor or subcontractor who has the responsibility to investigate, discover, or address misconduct.
=='''Differences Between False Claims Act Whistleblower Protection and NDAA/Defense Contractor Whistleblower Protection'''==
Whistleblowers disclosing DoD contractor fraud can pursue claims both under the FCA and the NDAA.  The following table summarizes key distinctions between Section 3730(h) of the False Claims Act and Sections 827 and 828 of the NDAA:
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=='''Proving NDAA Whistleblower Retaliation'''==
=='''Proving NDAA Whistleblower Retaliation'''==