Whistleblower Resources

Individuals considering blowing the whistle should first consult an attorney experienced in representing whistleblowers and/or an organization that works with whistleblowers and has your best interest in mind.

Before contacting Congress, whistleblowers can also review Best Practices for Working with Congress and Whistleblower Survival Tips. Additional governmental and nongovernmental resources are provided below. 

Information about legislative branch whistleblowing can be found here

Directory of House Offices

Whistleblower Offices, Programs, and Boards

Whistleblower Governmental Resources 

​Whistleblower Nongovernmental Resources

*Please note: The Office of the Whistleblower Ombuds DOES NOT receive whistleblower disclosures. It is an independent, nonpartisan support office established to advise House offices on best practices for working with whistleblowers from the public and private sectors.