The whistleblower program is what people colloquially refer to as the various statutes such as the False Claims Act or the SEC Whistleblower programs that allow whistle blowers to bring an action. It is not like the Witness Protection Program, although the SEC whistleblowers may be able to remain anonymous, those filing False Claims Act cases, although initially under seal, will have their identity disclosed at some point. The statutes entitle the successful prosecution of a case that is attributable to the whistleblower a portion of the recovery.
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