II I NATIONAL SCIENCE FOLNDATION OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS CLOSEOUT MEMORANDUM Case Number: I05090050 11 Page of 1 , Our office receive attendance (T&A) suggested that we center where subject's son is enrolled. We subpoenaed the daycare attendance records and compared them with the T & A . " w ealso: I asked the shop to create a file of information for us regarding the subject's computer login and logout times. The data suggested that there might be inaccuracies in the subject's T&A We interviewed the subject to address the discrepancies. m. 11 During the interview, the subject provided some explanations for why the data appeared to be inaccurate. Although the subject's explanations are to some extent plausible, the evidence does suggest that there may be a some discrepancy between the arrivalldeparture times listed on the subject's T&A and the times he actuallfworked. We believe that the subject's ': explanation regarding the lack of diligence in completing his T&A is the most likely reason for the apparent discrepancies. We believe that' the subject was careless in his attempt to accurately account for his time. It would, however, be difficult to prove any intentional /I fraudulent time claims. We provided recommended actions to the regarding both the individual and the staff as a whole regarding the accurate accounting of their time at work. 1; Accordingly, this case is closed. 'SF OIG Form 2 ( 1 1/02) I
NSF Employee Misconduct
Published by the National Science Foundation, Office of Inspector General on 2006-02-14.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)