Integrity Units Insights
USADA Case Study
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency uses the power of anonymity to advance clean sport.
RealResponse users can share information via their preferred tool of communication. Texting from one’s own phone anonymously and continuing that two-way conversation serves as a channel for positive change.
A WhatsApp integration with RealResponse made perfect sense, as it is the most popular and widely used mobile messenger app in the world, for global communities to communicate quickly and anonymously.
Ensuring all people are heard through their preferred means of communication helps reduce communication barriers and build trust, making email another key channel for many to have two-way, anonymous discussions.
By the Numbers
Of the illegal gambling market worldwide was from tennis (PlayToday).
More than 650 sports organizations, including international sports federations, the IOC, and others have adopted the World Anti-Doping Code.
The approximate year-over-year total number of completed drug tests for athletes in and out-of-competition (USADA).
With RealResponse’s anonymous texting system, we’re able to make whistleblowing both secure and convenient.Victor Burgos, Chief Investigative Officer, USADA
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