Baltimore Lost More Than $480K To Auction Company, According To New OIG ReportBaltimore lost out on $480,000 from a company that auctioned vehicles for the city after the vendor failed to submit all the revenue it collected, according to a new report from the Office of the Inspector General.
Baltimore DPW Employee Took On Second Full-Time Job While Working Remotely, Inspector General SaysA Baltimore Department of Public Works Engineer worked a second full-time job as they worked for the city remotely, the Office of the Inspector General said Monday.
Baltimore County Council To Vote Tuesday On Oversight Board For Office of Inspector GeneralThe Baltimore County Office of the Inspector General would have an oversight board and updated rules governing the office that would align with the statutes with other jurisdictions, according to legislation Baltimore County Johnny Olszewski Jr. will introduce to the county council Tuesday.
Former Baltimore Deputy Comptroller Shredded Documents After City Issued 'Stop Shredding' Directive, But Investigators Find No Foul PlayA new Baltimore Office of the Inspector General report says the city's former Deputy Comptroller Bernice Taylor did shred documents in August 2020, months after the city issued a directive to stop all shredding of city documents.
Baltimore DPW Employee Mishandled Checks Worth Nearly $50K, Report FindsIn May 2019, twelve checks totaling $48,478 were found in a box on the employee's desk.
Baltimore DOT Employee Suspended After Filing False Overtime Claim During Sinkhole Repair Near Camden YardsA Baltimore Department of Transportation employee was suspended for 28 days without pay after they filed a false overtime claim last summer.
2 Baltimore Risk Management Employees Out After Report Finds They Leaked Confidential Information, Got Discounted Ravens TicketsBoth of the employees are no longer employed by City of Baltimore, and the vendor employee was terminated as well.
Baltimore City Inspector General Claims City Lost $1.4M Through MismanagementBaltimore City's inspector general claims the city mismanaged at least $1.4 million last fiscal year.
OIG Office Investigate Claims Of 'Wasteful Spending' After 2 City Employees Go To SXSWThe city's Office of the Inspector General released a report from their investigation into how much money two employees spent on a work trip after a complaint about wasteful spending.