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.
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:
Senator Grassley asks Attorney General-elect Senator Jeff Sessions about the value of whistleblowers and the value of the False Claims Act.
Senator Grassley released a statement on the continued success of the IRS Whistleblower program:
Freeing the False Claims Act
The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a resolution saluting the contributions of whistleblowers to combating wast, fraud, and abuse.
TAXPAYERS AGAINST FRAUD TOUTS 30-YEAR SUCCESS OF WHISTLEBLOWER LAW IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPT GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS
What They're Saying About the IRS Whistleblower Program
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