PEER Protects Public Employees
PEER counsels conscientious public employees facing career-changing moments of both crises and opportunity. We work on many fronts to protect public servants, specializing in whistleblower protections, First Amendment rights, and civil service laws. PEER plays an invaluable role in the environmental movement and in how the government operates. We aim to stop the assault on the government workforce and to give voice to the public servants who are working for transparency and accountability in government.
Across the country, those charged with protecting our environment are the victims of harassment, threats, assault, and intimidation both in the field and in the office.
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University of Colorado Bureaucratic Infighting Disrupts Climate Research
Not passing the HEROES Act will have devastating consequences to the economy, state governments and the public sector workforce.
The advice the government gets from its formal scientific advisors should be robust and independent, and the government should rely on the expertise of those advisors.
The University of Colorado Boulder needs to ensure that special interests are not controlling climate change research conducted by university scientists.
Post-Impeachment Drive to Root out Disloyal Officials Should Be Enjoined
SES Shudders at Clueless Reorganizations and Parade of Temporary Leaders
Complaints Mount as Sagebrush Rebel Installed Over Wildlife and Parks
Prosecutions Plummet as Authorized Law Enforcement Slots Remain Unfilled
False Accusations Imperil Work of FWS Employees
Employee Group asks Congress to Hold Nomination
Courthouse Steps Agreement Means Thursday MSPB Hearing Is Cancelled
Moving from National Training Academy to Shorter Courses at Non-NPS Facilities
U.S. Special Counsel Asked to Look at EPA Press Office Hatch Act Violations
Muddled and Conflicting Policies Put Scientists in “Publish and Perish” Dilemma
2018 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Altered to Restrict “Leadership” Definition
Number of Investigators Down by More Than Half as More Employees Depart
Documents Depict Tax-Supported War Room Engaged in Character Assassination
Despite Incident Reduction, Land Management Workers Still Have Safety Concerns
Civil Servant Punished for Doing His Job Amidst Shifting Politics and Leadership
Multiple Involuntary Moves Appear Designed to Force Targeted Managers to Retire