The President shall establish and maintain a process to allow volunteers to report
incidents of misconduct or mismanagement, or violations of any policy, of the Peace
Corps in order to protect the confidentiality and safety of such volunteers and of
the information reported, and to ensure that such information is acted on appropriately. This process shall conform to existing best practices regarding confidentiality.
The President shall provide additional training to officers and employees of the Peace
Corps who have access to information reported by volunteers under subsection (a) in
order to protect against the inappropriate disclosures of such information and ensure
the safety of such volunteers.
Any Peace Corps volunteer or staff member who is responsible for maintaining confidentiality
under subsection (a) and who breaches such duty shall be subject to disciplinary action,
including termination, and in the case of a staff member, ineligibility for re-employment
with the Peace Corps.
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