Accuracy in Media

This is really disturbing, if not upsetting:

Dozens of employees at the United States Census Bureau were paid more than $1 million for hours they never worked, according to a Commerce Department inspector general report.

The investigation brought to light the actions of 40 employees who were supposed to be conducting background checks on Census workers throughout the country but instead were “engaged in pervasive misconduct” over the course of several years, the Washington Examiner reports. The 40 officials fraudulently charged for 19,162 hours of work between 2010 and 2014 while performing no work, costing taxpayers nearly $1.1 million.





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