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The stakes couldn’t be higher.

 

In this time of crisis, with Congress funding over $2.5 trillion for COVID-19 relief, and billions more being spent on coronavirus-related healthcare, the opportunity for fraud and abuse is huge.

 

Whistleblowers are among the most effective tools America has to ensure that taxpayer funds are not lost to fraudulent business practices.

 

Incentivized and protected by the False Claims Act, whistleblowers on the front lines of COVID-19 accountability are the best defense we have to ensure our tax dollars are going to the people, and the businesses that depend on them. Now more than ever America needs its whistleblowers to step forward to protect public funds and help our country get back on track.

 

Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund is with you in this fight.

Our Mission

Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund is a public interest non-profit organization dedicated to fighting fraud against the government by working to protect whistleblowers and strengthen the effective operation of the laws that empower them to expose misconduct and the theft of taxpayer dollars.  These laws include the federal and state False Claims Acts, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Internal Revenue Service whistleblower programs, and the Motor Vehicle Safety Whistleblower Act. 

 

TAFEF works to advance the effectiveness of these laws and to promote and protect the efficient use of taxpayer dollars. We are supported by our membership of more than 400 experienced attorneys and by donations from successful whistleblowers, foundation grants and citizen advocates.​  TAFEF is the 501(c)(3) arm of Taxpayers Against Fraud, which was founded in 1986.

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Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund

1220 19th Street NW, Suite 501

Washington, DC 20036

(202) 296-4826

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