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Revision as of 16:38, 27 February 2011

United States Peace Corps
Freedom of Information Act Request
FOIA 11061
Request Summary:
""Regarding treatment of Volunteers who are whistle blowers.""

PC Response: 2011/01/19
Agent: Denora Miller
FOIA Request Summaries & Total Days until Final Response(30).
Summary Days
FOIA 11114 Medical Screening Guidelines Manual 5151
FOIA 11113 2011 Staff and Consultant Directories and Listings 6262
FOIA 11060 Survey of Senior Volunteers
FOIA 11061 Regarding treatment of Volunteers who are whistle blowers. 1717
FOIA 11058 Early Termination Rate Data 6767
FOIA 11059 Survey of Volunteers
FOIA 11053 Reports including Health, Safety, and Early Termination
FOIA 11043 Listing of Peace Corps Political Appointees 9696
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Response January 19th 2011

This is in response to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. Specifically, you request, “Any guidance or Manual document for Peace Corps staff and/or Volunteers regarding treatment of Volunteers who are whistle blowers. Specifically I request a copy of any guidelines or Manual document regarding preserving the confidentiality of the Volunteer and protection of the Volunteer against retaliation.”

Attached please find MS 271 Handling of Volunteer/Trainee Allegations (2 pages) and IPS 1-09 - Handling of Volunteer/Trainee Allegations (2 pages). No pages have been withheld. We are providing this at no cost to you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at (202) 692-1236 or [email protected]


Denora Miller

FOIA Officer


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