Effective Date: June 11, 2014
Expiration Date: June 11, 2024
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5.1.1 To the greatest extent possible, it is important to maintain the confidentiality of employees who disclose information regarding a suspected or actual incident of domestic violence or employees who report a suspected or actual incident to their supervisor or Security when they suspect or witnesses acts of violence in the workplace. Confidentiality may not be kept in situations where maintaining confidentiality could compromise the safety and security of the workplace. Supervisors should contact security if they have questions about workplace safety or ongoing investigations.
5.1.2 The general requirement to maintain employee confidentiality does not mitigate the requirements set forth elsewhere in this NPR for employees and supervisors to report incidents of domestic violence (including sexual assault and stalking) to NASA security, or the requirement for NASA security to report suspected or alleged criminal violations to the OIG.
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