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Whistle Blowing in the Public Sector and the etymological origins of whistle blowing are gloriously obscure.

Bruce Lehr

This additional information from Philly.com,

The False Claims Act lets private citizens sue on behalf of the government and share in any recovery. Whistle-blowers were paid $2.39 billion from 1987 to 2009, or 16 percent of the $15.19 billion collected in lawsuits where the U.S. government joined the case, according to the Justice Department.

Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/business/20100516_The_repeat_whistle-blowers.html#ixzz0o6d6S0sn

Bruce Lehr

Here's another post on this topic from the Pharmagossip blog with a link to the Guardian (UK).
http://pharmagossip.blogspot.com/2010/05/if-we-can-help-whistleblowers-then-we.html

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