Scamming taxpayers with an Act that prevents actions against misconduct?

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According to Business Insider, the Commerce Department’s Inspector General concluded that thousands of employees in the federal Patent and Trademark Office scammed taxpayers out of at least $18.3 million, probably a lot more, by falsely claiming nearly 289,000 hours of work they never put in. Questions: 1. What Act restricts federal officials from comparing multiple… Read more »