I hear through my sources that the DoD OIG completed a Title V investigation (Reprisal Office) and issued a report of findings in support of the federal employee whistleblower. I have obtained a copy of this report from my sources in the DC area. I am wading through it as we speak. It would appear that Stanley Sims, DSS Director and Jay Freaude, DSS Counsel are purposefully refusing to acknowledge receipt of this report and responsibility to take constructive action to make the damaged employee whole, as directed by the DoD OIG.
Is this how it will work? Defense Security Service Director, Legal Department and Management will ignore investigative reports and pretend the investigation from DoD OIG simply does not exist and continue on their unethical and illegal path with impunity? There are some very angry federal employees and civilian citizens regarding this cavalier attitude toward justice. Not to mention questions about what appears to be DSS malfeasance in managing a federal agency and expenditure of taxpayer funds.
If Defense Security Service oversight cannot be ethical in its own in-house matters, how can they be trusted to be ethical in doing their oversight job of policing government defense contracting and contractor corporations?
Anybody have more information or perspective?