$ 10 million reward for information on hackers who interfered in the 2020 election

The Department of Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program is offering a $ 10 million reward for information about the location of a foreign government working with or identifying it. A news release stated that the program is administered by the Diplomatic Security Service.
The Senate Intelligence Committee released a report in April that found Russia engaged in efforts to influence the outcome of the 2016 election with the goal of helping President Trump win.

Anyone with information on foreign interference in the US election can contact the RFJ office through its website, the regional security officer at the nearest US embassy or consulate, or via email via [email protected]

Since its creation in 1984, the RFJ program has paid more than $ 150 million to more than 100 people worldwide for “flexible intelligence” that has helped in the prevention of terrorism, justice to terrorist leaders, and U.S. national security. Threats were resolved. The release stated.