It should be noted that the law refers exclusively to public and private employees and presupposes the identification of the whistleblower whose name must be kept confidential. The public employee must therefore use the reporting form and declare their personal details that will be kept confidential.
An area is also available in which it is possible to receive anonymous or non-certified reports on which a good part of the total amount of reports is actually based.
The reception and management of these reports are however different from those specifically provided for by the whistleblowing law.
The anti-corruption supervisor, in compliance with the regulatory framework, will keep the reports confidential and will evaluate the possibility of verifying them.