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FCC Investigates Employee for Possible Fraud

FCC Investigates Employee for Possible Fraud

The FCC is looking into allegations that one of its employees violated the U.S. Privacy Act “with respect to private information relating to a group of commission employees” and is also looking into another employee for possible procurement fraud by allegedly “steering contracts and purchases to related parties.” The latter case has been referred to the FBI and the commission says it’s keeping tabs on that.
Those are two bits of news contained in the semi-annual report to Congress by the FCC’s Office of the Inspector General. The latest report covers the period between Oct. 1, 2005 to March 31, 2006.