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Annual Reports

By memorandum dated April 14, 1997, the President delegated responsibility to the Attorney General for establishing appropriate processes within the Department of Justice to address whistleblower claims made by employees of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. See 62 FR 23123 (1997). That memorandum requires, in pertinent part, that:

Not later than March 1 of each year, the Attorney General shall provide a report to the President stating the number of allegations of reprisal received during the preceding calendar year, the disposition of each allegation resolved during the preceding calendar year, and the number of unresolved allegations pending as of the end of the calendar year.

Annual FBI Whistleblower Reports to the President

Updated February 22, 2024