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ATTENTION: Calling All FDIC Whistleblowers

Washington, February 28, 2024 -

The House Financial Services Committee is conducting its investigation into reports of widespread workplace misconduct at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). If anyone would like to share their story, they may do so via email or by visiting our website.


Whistleblowers play a vital role in helping Congress conduct its constitutionally mandated oversight responsibilities, and their disclosures can make a real difference in determining investigation outcomes. 


The U.S. House of Representatives’ Office of the Whistleblower Ombuds explains that “the right for public employees to communicate with Congress, in their private capacities, is established in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. In addition, various U.S. laws prohibit retaliation against whistleblowers for providing information to Congress. However, individuals still take serious risks when they engage in whistleblowing activity.” 


As such, the Committee respects your desire to remain confidential and will use any contact information provided for the sole purpose of reaching you regarding your submission unless otherwise directed.



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