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Riassunto: The Department of Justice has paid nearly $3 billion in rewards to everyday citizens for reporting fraud. The average reward is $1.5 million. Written by a former Department of Justice attorney, this book provides you with a rare, behind the scenes tour of this unique government reward program. Because 10% of government spending is lost due to fraud, chances are you or someone you know is eligible for a reward. Unfortunately, most people are not aware of the reward program and have no idea how to apply. The good news is that this book is designed to help readers get their fair share of these rewards. The reward program is designed to pay up to 30 percent of what the government recovers to the person reporting the fraud. It's just like following a recipe, and this book has the recipe. This first of its kind book not only explains the government reward programs, but guides citizens step-by-step through the entire process from gathering information to filing an application and receiving a reward. It is filled with many illustrations, examples, and helpful checklists. At nearly every corner, the author shares an anecdote or insight to help you prepare a winning application or avoid common mistakes and pitfalls. This book warmly invites and equips the reader to do something concrete to thwart fraud and earn a reward in the process.
Titolo: Whistleblowing: A guide to government reward...
Casa editrice: Goshen Press
Data di pubblicazione: 2010
Condizione libro: very good
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Descrizione libro Goshen Press, 2010. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110977260240