Reporting concerns about potential wrongdoing is a key feature of good governance. It is an early warning system indicating that an organization may be exposed to serious problems that could affect its ability to fulfil its mandate in the public interest. Bringing to light these concerns allow the chief executive concerned to take appropriate action, to address organizational problems and to prevent similar situations in the future. Reporting wrongdoing takes courage and is a commendable act of service. It reflects a strong commitment to our national institutions.