NAEA Whistleblower Reporting

A whistleblower as defined by this policy is an employee of the National Association of Enrolled Agents who reports an activity that they consider to be illegal or dishonest to one or more of the parties specified in this policy. The whistleblower is not responsible for investigating the activity or for determining fault or corrective measures; appropriate management officials are charged with these responsibilities. 

Examples of illegal or dishonest activities are violations of federal, state, or local laws; billing for services not performed or for goods not delivered; and other fraudulent financial reporting. 

If an employee has knowledge of or a concern of illegal or dishonest fraudulent activity, the employee is should use the form below to report their concerns. This is done in confidence and with protections against retaliation. This form is delivered directly to the NAEA president. If you have provided your name and contact information, they may contact you for more information.

If you have questions about this policy, please refer to the NAEA Employee Handbook or contact the Executive Vice President or HR.

Whistleblower Reporting
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