The Government Accountability Project & Make it Safe Coalition
2010 NATIONAL WHISTLEBLOWER ASSEMBLY
THE FINAL COUNTDOWN: HONORING 10 YEARS OF COMMITMENT
Monday, May 24, 2010 - Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Join the whistleblower community on May 24 and 25 for an intensive conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Co-Sponsors of this year's Assembly include National Treasury Employees Union and Project On Government Oversight
The Conference Will Feature: A morning plenary session with our congressional allies, theme-based workshops led by prominent whistleblowers and good government organizations, a national security panel with star whistleblowers in the industry, street law update informational sessions, a meet and greet with the new appointees to the MSPB, OSHA, and ARB, and Lobby training and intensive lobbying appointments with congressional offices.
The 2010 National Whistleblower Assembly aims to:
- Establish a cohesive social network between whistleblowers
- Provide an outlet for direct legislative campaigning
- Celebrate ten years of devoted advocacy to strengthen the Whistleblower Protection Act
Confirmed Speakers and Guests Include:
- Whistleblowers Frank Serpico, Jack Spadaro, Coleen Rowley, Franz Gayl, George Sarris, and Robert MacLean
- MSPB Chairwoman Susan Grundmann, Vice Chairwoman Anne Wagner and Member Mary Rose
- ARB Chairman Paul Igasaki and Vice Chairman Cooper Brown
- OSHA Assistant Secretary Dr. David Michaels
- Special Counsel to the President for Ethics and Government Reform Norm Eisen
We look forward to your valued attendance. If you have any questions, or to RSVP, please contact Becky Jones at the Government Accountability Project or call us at (202) 457-0034 ext. 127.
Please click here for more information, including a working schedule for the Assembly
GAP's mission is to promote corporate and government accountability by protecting whistleblowers, advancing occupational free speech, and empowering citizen activists.
GAP has been the nation's leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization since 1977.
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