I! NATIONAL SCIENCE FO1INBAT;OPI 4201 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22230 OFFICE OF I: INSPECTOR GENEWL MEMORANDUM I DATE: October 16,1995 I I . .. ... ~ -... . .. ~ . ~ .. .., . . .- - - -~.. . -.. - . .. .-.- ... - . . -. . , . .~. ~ ... ~ .. . . .. - TO: Case #I95040016 I FROM: - I, 1-1 THROUGH: Special Agent-in-Charge RE: Close-out of-hvestigation 1 On April 2 1, 1995 the Office of Inspector General received an anonymous allegation that several NSF employees in the Directorate for Engineering, specifically, andt - were> abusing - - h t Specifically, the allegation stated tha-n-were leaving the NSF building for several hours in the evening, returning and signing out at that time. We began our investigation by requesting attendance records for- and I) m". After reviewed sign-in and sign-out times for the individuals, we determined that no significant credit hours were being earned by eithe- OM Employment records f o r the period January through May 1995, disclosed that the latest sign- out time was 5:49 p.m. Employment records fo- covering January 1995 through li May 1995 reflected the latest sign-out time as 7:50 p.m. I J Our review of the time records o- an-disclosed that there did not seem to be an exorbitant amount of credit hours being earned by either NSF employee. The attendance records o i an- reflect no pattern or unusual sequence of sign-out times that would arouse suspicion or the need for subsequent investigation. In ! the absence of more specific and relevant evidence it is not necessary to pursue the investigation hrther at this time. The investigation is closed at this time,
NSF Employee Misconduct
Published by the National Science Foundation, Office of Inspector General on 1995-09-30.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)