Is VA Oversight Making It Easier to Fire Whistleblowers?

HOTAIR — We’ve been following with great interest the efforts of Congress to make it somewhat easier to fire negligent or even criminal workers and executives in federal agencies such as the VA. (And we’ve seen how well that’s been going so far, which is to say, not well at all.) But in their efforts to introduce a bit more accountability on the part of the taxpayer, have they opened the door to new problems in the form of allowing whistleblowers to be booted out of the system while the undeserving remain on the job? That’s the case being argued by Lynne Bernabei and Alan R. Kabat at Government Executive Magazine this week.

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