A .gov site for whistleblower information, with resources, cases, and examples of malfeasance in the federal government and links to the various sites where those inside and outside of government can report incidents.
There are so many different groups like POGO, GAP, etc. that it is hard to know who to reach out to and what processes are legal and likely to lead to a positive outcome. The increased transparency into these processes and into ongoing investigations would provide a deterrent to the agencies against retaliation and cover-ups.
Links to the agency IGs and other internal agency resources would help government employees makes sense of the maze of rules and regulations around whistleblowing in the federal government.
This would be a great way for the Obama Administration to take a firm stance against retaliation and to validate that anti-corruption in the federal agencies is a high priority for the US OpenGov effort.
I think it should also include whistleblower complaints that people can submit in relation to local governments using federal resources. It should also cover local government where someone can raise complaints about IGs on the local level that are covering up issues as well. The federal government should have oversight in situations where local officials are not willing to stop fraud, waste, or abuse and retaliation for raising complaints.