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Protecting Whistleblowers since 1977

Irvin McCullough

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Irvin is an investigator for the Government Accountability Project, specializing in Intelligence Community and military whistleblowing. He supports investigations, legislation, and litigation within GAP’s national security program. 

He has worked with Congress to draft and support legislation awarding protections to Intelligence Community contractors and enhancing protections for military service members. He has represented whistleblowers, ranging from Army and Marine colonels to Intelligence Community contractors, to Inspectors General, Congress, and advocacy groups. Many of his investigations concern corruption within Inspectors General offices, intelligence community elements, and various government agencies. 

He joins GAP after two summer internships as a legislative associate and a national security associate, where he built momentum around military and intelligence community whistleblower reform. Irvin was raised in Annapolis, MD, and is pursuing a degree from Cornell University.