The following resources are intended to help government employees make informed decisions when confronting difficult workplace situations and contain some of the tools that PEER uses to help protect public employees. Since our founding in 1992, PEER has used these tools and resources to help thousands of federal, state, local and tribal employees protect the environment and to make government more accountable to the public.
Caught Between Conscience and Career
Exposing Abuse Without Exposing Your Identity
This survival guide, created in partnership with the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) and the Government Accountability Project (GAP), is intended to help and empower conscientious government employees when they encounter wrongdoing in the workplace.
Nothing in this center or anywhere else on the peer.org website should be construed as an attempt to offer or render a legal opinion or otherwise engage in the practice of law. The legal information provided on this website is of a general nature and is not meant to be a substitute for the advice of a licensed professional i.e., a competent authority with specialized knowledge who can apply it to the particular circumstances of your case.
In addition, no warranty whatsoever is made for any of the information displayed here. Statutes can change, sometimes quite quickly. A law may have been modified or overturned by subsequent development since the entry was made. PEER reserves the right to make changes, corrections and/or improvements in the materials in this center at any time and without notice. In addition, PEER disclaims any and all liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies.