cyberFEDS®: 5 precautions for blowing the whistle on COVID-19 public health dangers

By Anjali Patel, Esq.

KCNF attorney Richard Renner spoke with cyberFEDS about how federal employees can blow the whistle on COVID-19 public health issues in the workplace, such as lack of PPE. Richard explained that “[t]o get the ‘strongest protection,’ employees should [disclose their concerns to] the inspector general’s office or the Office of Special Counsel… This provides greater protection than merely [telling] a boss…”

If you are thinking of blowing the whistle and want to speak with an attorney, we are here to help.