Inspector General Report Finds Many Baltimore County Employees Have Never Had A Background CheckBaltimore County has not conducted background checks on a large number workers, leading the government to employ people who have committed crimes or endured financial difficulties that could create security problems, according to a new report.
'Something's Gotta Be Done': New USPS Audit Details Mail Issues, Renews Calls For New LeadershipMail delays across Baltimore detailed in a new audit renews the calls for new leadership at the postal service.
IG Report Finds 'Slight Discrepancies' In Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's TravelBaltimore's inspector general's office on Tuesday released its report into two years' of Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's travel and ethics disclosures months after Mosby herself requested an investigation following media reports she said were misleading.
Vendor Overbilled Baltimore City By $160K Over Several Years For Work It Subcontracted To Other Company, Report FindsBaltimore City has suspended a vendor it has worked with to maintain city equipment after the vendor reportedly overbilled the city by $160,000 over the course of multiple years, a report from the city's inspector general found.
Marilyn Mosby Asks Inspector General For Independent Review Into Past TravelBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is calling on the city's inspector general to conduct "a speedy and thorough review" into her past travel following recent news reports highlighting the dozens of trips she took over the past two years.
Report: Vendor Requests Price Increase Of More Than $600K From Baltimore Due To COVID-19 Despite Contract; City Denies RequestA vendor doing business with the Baltimore City Health Department requested a four percent increase in payment from the city despite the terms of the company's contract, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a report from the city's inspector general's office found.
Leaders Of Baltimore's Bureau Of Procurement Created 'Unchecked Hostile Work Environment,' IG Report FindsThe leaders of the city of Baltimore's Bureau of Procurement "created an unchecked hostile work environment" that led employees to fear retaliation against potential whistleblowers, a report released Thursday from the city's inspector general concluded.
A Baltimore Official Was Paid Twice Over, Costing City $34,600 In Unearned Wages, Inspector General FindsA Baltimore government official was given double pay, costing the city $34,615,40 in his paychecks, and did not disclose the extra money to his boss, the city's inspector general found.
Congressman: Feds To Investigate Maryland's Health ExchangeFirst a troubled rollout, now a federal investigation into Maryland's health exchange.
Md. Claimed $20.6M In Unallowable Medicaid CostsA federal report has found Maryland claimed at least $20.6 million in unallowable Medicaid costs.
D.C. Investigators Find No Widespread Test CheatingThe District of Columbia's inspector general has found that cheating on standardized tests occurred at one school in 2010 but has found no evidence of widespread cheating across the school system.
Prince George's Co. Police To Introduce New Inspector GeneralPolice in Prince George's County are introducing their newly appointed inspector general.
Former Prosecutor To Be Smithsonian Chief AuditorA federal inspector and former prosecutor has been appointed inspector general at the Smithsonian Institution following the departure of a former chief auditor who uncovered past abuses in executive spending at the museum complex.
Baltimore Workers Fired In Gambling, Drinking BustSix Baltimore municipal workers and one supervisor have been fired as part of a probe into drinking and gambling on the job.