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Reporting Improper Governmental Activities

Whistleblower: Reporting Improper Activities

California law permits CSU employees and applicants for CSU employment to report improper governmental activities and significant threats to health or safety.

Executive Order 929 provides a procedure for CSU Employees and applicants for CSU employment to make reports to a designated campus administrator (or to the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources). The sample complaint form provided by the CSU may be used for this purpose but is not required.

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