RALEIGH, N.C., March 23 The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to exposing government corruption and educating the public on ethics-related issues, is available to review allegations of public corruption related to the passage or implementation of the healthcare reform bill President Obama signed into law today. Citizens nationwide can anonymously and securely submit allegations of public corruption online at www.ReportPublicCorruption.org or by calling 919-832-6886.
"The healthcare reform bill signed into law earlier today is a massive one, and any law of this size presents the potential for fraud and abuse," says former N.C. State Auditor Les Merritt, the Foundation's co-founder and executive director. "Regardless of whether you supported or opposed this law, you can agree that it is imperative that the American people have faith in the way the law was passed and how it is implemented."
The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc. is a non-profit, non-partisan organization which educates citizens and public officials about the nature, causes and remedies of public corruption and spotlights significant occurrences of public corruption. Specifically, the Foundation facilitates the investigation and reporting of public corruption by receiving tips about alleged acts of corruption, independently investigating those tips to ascertain their credibility, and passing the information along to investigative reporters or enforcement agencies as appropriate. The organization also teaches classes and conducts seminars and other programs to educate public officials on ethics issues. For more information, visit www.ReportPublicCorruption.org or call 919-832-6886.
SOURCE The Foundation for Ethics in Public Service, Inc.