Jane Norberg, who has served as chief of the whistleblower office since 2016, is leaving the agency after nine years. Her last day was Friday.
“One thing I hope the program has accomplished is that whistleblowing is becoming more accepted as the fabric of normalcy,” Ms. Norberg said in an interview this week, noting that about $1.1 billion has been or is scheduled to be returned to harmed investors based on whistleblower tips.
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