The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has employed a serial workplace porn watcher, a “poop bandit,” and a fake CIA spy, is not required to verify the employment histories of its hires.
According to an audit by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), “U.S. Office of Personnel Management and EPA policies and procedures do not have a requirement to verify prior employment or references for eligible job candidates.”
The American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, a top fuel manufacturer, has threatened to sue the EPA for failing to meet its own deadlines on its 2015 proposal for the renewable fuel mandate.
A Republican congressional committee chairman is demanding an investigation into whether the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is illegally destroying text messages that should be preserved under the Federal Records Act, the Washington Times reports.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a “beyond cozy” relationship with a liberal environmental action group, according to a new report from the Daily Signal.
The Environmental Protection Agency said in court filings Tuesday that it may have lost text messages from former EPA administrator Gina McCarthy that it was required to preserve under federal law.
It has been months since a high-paid Environmental Protection Agency employee was banned from the building. In some weird real-life “Office Space” parallel, he is inexplicably still getting paid–and no one has fixed the glitch.
Newly revealed emails show Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials discussing their excitement about being “at the forefront of progressive national policy on one of the critical issues of our time.”
The split between labor unions and the Obama administration may dampen the Labor Day celebrations of congressional Democrats, who are struggling to maintain their Senate majority.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 8 office in Denver dealt with much worse problems than employees pooping in the hallway, according to internal documents obtained by Greenwire.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said global warming has to be included in curriculums, and that putting solar panels on schools is a good way to teach children about “how dramatic climate change really is.”