Federal employees worried that President Donald Trump will gut
their agencies are creating new email addresses, signing up for
encrypted messaging apps and looking for other, protected ways to push
back against the new administration’s agenda.
Whether inside the Environmental Protection Agency, within the Foreign
Service, on the edges of the Labor Department or beyond, employees are
using new technology as well as more old-fashioned approaches — such as
private face-to-face meetings — to organize letters, talk strategy, or contact media outlets and other groups to express their dissent.