Closeout Memo OIG 90-3106 CM@+O~) se was received from , a program officer on November 11, 1 9 8 m r o p o s a l NO.- in the Department of discussions and-through reading a preprint and had used' that information in loping his proposal. Hence he was implying plagiarism on OIG wrote to him if he would like to provide relevant replied with an account of his past contacts with a history of his work in areas related to the proposal. OIG asked the assistance of in analyzing this reply. By this time the for technical reasons and she had no further involvement with it. Her r e ~ l v supported the conclusion should have given more credit for their in his but that there was n vidence of misconduct. This conciusion was communicated to @in a letter (dated ) and to i n a phone call.
Published by the National Science Foundation, Office of Inspector General on 1990-08-25.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)