The Office of Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI") received information alleging that [REDACTED] may have submitted fraudulent medical documentation to Amtrak in support of her November 12, 2006 on-the-job injury.
On November 6, 2007, OI received a request from [REDACTED] Amtrak OIG-[REDACTED] requesting that OI assist in an inquiry regarding several charge-backs to Salinas Station where several deposits had either not been made, or deposts were short of the actual cash sales reported.
Amtrak Senior Director Procurement, [REDACTED] discovered the following while reviewing consultant and independent contractor spending. [REDACTED] has been a consultant to Amtrak for at least 3 years, most recently to the Engineering Department in Philadelphia. The Amtrak Committee which reviews consultants and independent contractors questioned her necessity back in September of 2003.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigations (OI) received an allegation concering the theft of Amtrak materials through alleged computer manipulation by employees at the [REDACTED]. The complaint alleges that a [REDACTED] employee named [REDACTED] has ordered parts under a manager's access code on the computer.
On August 1, 2008, Office of the Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI"), Agents received information from an anonymous source that [REDACTED] had been allowing [REDACTED] to use his sick time for an unauthorized purpose.
While assisting the Federal Bureau of Investigations, OIG-OI determined that an Amtrak partner travel agency committed fraud by receiving refunds for full-fare tickets that were purchased using false discount vouchers.
On November 12, 2008, RO received management's timely response to OI's referral regarding this investigation. According to Amtrak's [REDACTED] the subject of this investigation [REDACTED] was suspended without pay for a period of fifteen (15) days, and issued a letter of instruction regarding his hours of work.
The Office of Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI") received information alleging that while employed as a consultant for the City of [REDACTED] former Amtrak Engineering Employee [REDACTED] provided numerous Amtrak documents and information to a station designer hired by [REDACTED]. These documents included: Internal Engineering practices, template designs from the Standards Book, various photographs of Amtrak stations, Amtrak Procurement Requisitions for other station projects, etc. Many of these documents reflected the Amtrak logo.
The Office of Inspector General ("OIG"), Office of Investigations ("OI"), received information alleging that [REDACTED] had been stealing scrap material from Amtrak's [REDACTED] Yard in [REDACTED]. [REDACTED] allegedly bragged about having an agreenent with a representative from another company, possibly [REDACTED] involving the scrap material.