Since 2007 the IRS Whistleblower Program has helped recover $3.7 billion back to the U.S. Treasury, but there is still plenty of room for improvement.

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Senator Grassley explained in an interview with Roll Call about some of his thoughts on the new adminstration and a letter that he penned with Represenative Chaffetz and Represenative Mark Meadows:  

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Senator Grassley asks Attorney General-elect Senator Jeff Sessions about the value of whistleblowers and the value of the False Claims Act.

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Senator Grassley released a statement on the continued success of the IRS Whistleblower program: 

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The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a resolution saluting the contributions of whistleblowers to combating wast, fraud, and abuse.

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TAXPAYERS AGAINST FRAUD TOUTS 30-YEAR SUCCESS OF WHISTLEBLOWER LAW IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPT GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS
 

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What They're Saying About the IRS Whistleblower Program

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In a bi-partisan opinion editorial in POLITICO Magazine, former and current Senate Finance Committee Chairmen Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) take a punch at the dysfunctional mess that has been the IRS whistleblower program

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