Two senior-level employees in Washington, D.C., were counseled about misuse of company email as a result of an OIG investigation.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-332 | 05/01/2020
An Amtrak electrician in Chicago, Illinois, resigned from employment on April 14, 2020, following our investigation which revealed the employee violated company policies by establishing a business and using it to engage in fraudulent credit card s
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-322 | 04/14/2020
A Senior Director in Washington, D.C., was terminated from employment on April 14, 2020, following the issuance of our investigative report to the company.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-323 | 04/14/2020
A manager violated company policies by repeatedly directing company employees to provide a deluxe bedroom free of charge to a passenger, resulting in a potential financial loss to the company of $11,512.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-324 | 04/08/2020
A Customer Service Representative in Joliet, Illinois, was terminated from employment on March 16, 2020, following an administrative hearing for violating company policy.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-318 | 03/16/2020
A Computer Tech based in Bear, Delaware, violated Amtrak policies by conducting consultation work for a travel agency while using company equipment and resources on company time.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-319 | 03/16/2020
A former Los Angeles-based Amtrak employee was sentenced in Los Angeles Municipal Court on March 13, 2020, to three years of probation, ordered to pay $34,030 in restitution to Amtrak, and to complete 90 days of community service.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2019-317 | 03/13/2020
Adam Micek, a resident of Queens, New York, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, on February 20, 2020, to conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his involvement in an Amtrak eVoucher scheme.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-314 | 02/20/2020
Twenty-one Amtrak machinists and supervisors were coached and counseled between October 31, 2019 and February 16, 2020, after our investigation determined the employees received temporary pay increases they were not entitled to.
Tracking Number: OIG-WS-2020-315 | 02/16/2020
Investigations Press Release
Amtrak OIG investigation leads to prison sentence, $2.68 million restitution payment for fraudster who bilked millions from Amtrak’s insurance plan
For Immediate Release
February 5, 2020