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Old 09-24-2013, 09:17 PM  
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Aaron Alexis background check contractors change "shot out tires" to "deflated tires"

Background investigators knew Aaron Alexis hid arrest
Jim Michaels, USA TODAY 7:20 p.m. EDT September 23, 2013
But he was still granted a secret military clearance.


Aaron Alexis lied to investigators about his 2004 gun arrest in Seattle
No charges were filed in the Seattle incident
Alexis was killed after Navy Yard shooting rampage


WASHINGTON — Background investigators were aware in 2007 that Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis failed to disclose that he had been arrested and had a string of bad debts prior to joining the military, but he was granted a secret clearance anyway, according to military documents released Monday.

After he enlisted in the Navy in May 2007, an FBI fingerprint check indicated that he had been charged with malicious mischief in 2004, according to the Navy. Police reports indicated he was arrested after shooting the tires of a parked car in a dispute with a construction worker in Seattle.

He did not disclose that or any credit problems on the form he was required to fill out as part of his security clearance process.

Investigators conducted an interview "regarding the subject's unadmitted criminal offense and financial issues," according to a report by the Office of Personnel Management, a government agency

Alexis, 34, was killed after a shooting rampage at the Navy Yard where he killed 12 people on Sept. 16. At the time he was out of the Navy and was working as a subcontractor at the base.

Still, Alexis' background in the Navy has been scrutinized as officials attempt to determine whether there were red flags in Alexis' naval service and elsewhere that were overlooked.

The OPM background report was forwarded to the Navy, but it did not mention the shooting. Instead it described a situation in which Alexis deflated the tires of the man with whom he was having a dispute.

OPM said the Seattle Police Department would not provide records and so investigators turned to the courts. The court records included the malicious mischief offense, but since no charges were filed there were no detailed records indicating allegations of a weapon or precisely what happened.

OPM said it cannot compel local police departments to turn over records.

Alexis also told investigators that he did not disclose the Seattle incident on the questionnaire because the charge was dismissed.

He was arrested in connection with the Seattle incident and jailed overnight, but no charges were ever filed.

The Navy said it was not aware of the shooting allegations when a clearance was granted, though it is not clear whether that would have led to a denial of his clearance, since no charges were filed.

Typically, OPM oversees the background investigation and the military determines whether to grant a clearance based on what is found.

For its part the, OPM said it conducted the investigation properly. In a statement attributed to Mert Miller, the associate director for federal investigative services, the OPM said "the appropriate federal records were obtained, and the required fieldwork was performed."

The OPM report also contained a credit history that showed Alexis had a string of bad debt related to school, car and other loans. Alexis told investigators that he answered no to the question asking whether he had delinquent debt because he was working on a plan to pay it off.

OPM said it conducted the background check on Alexis in conjunction with a contractor, USIS.

After a review of Alexis' naval records, Juan Garcia, assistant secretary of the Navy for manpower, has recommended that future OPM investigative reports include "any available police documents related to the subject being investigated for clearance eligibility," according to a memorandum released by the Navy.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/p...-yard/2857557/
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:19 PM   #2
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And same firm did background check on Edward Snowden and 45% of OPM government requests.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...kground-checks

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Old 09-24-2013, 09:21 PM   #3
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Well Over 50% of the voters failed to do a background check on Obama.....just saying....
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:22 PM   #4
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OPM said the Seattle Police Department would not provide records and so investigators turned to the courts. The court records included the malicious mischief offense, but since no charges were filed there were no detailed records indicating allegations of a weapon or precisely what happened.

OPM said it cannot compel local police departments to turn over records.

There you go.
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Well Over 50% of the voters failed to do a background check on Obama.....just saying....
I checked the 2nd time around and decided I was going to judge him by his actions, which were pretty hard to admire.
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There you go.
Sounds like a fixable flaw in the system.

Although I can see the other side's argument (who knows what kind of unsubstantiated bullshit is contained in a police report). Cops are the worst.
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Sounds like a fixable flaw in the system.

Although I can see the other side's argument (who knows what kind of unsubstantiated bullshit is contained in a police report). Cops are the worst.
True. Discharge of a firearm should be required in a police report, in my opinion.
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I think This might be a little bigger problem here than people seem willing to credit:



Dead Among Those Interviewed in Faulty Background Checks

By Chris Strohm and Nick Taborek July 08, 2013 1:01 PM EDT

Anthony J. Domico, a former contractor hired to check the backgrounds of U.S. government workers, filed a 2006 report with the results of an investigation.

There was just one snag: A person he claimed to have interviewed had been dead for more than a decade. Domico, who had worked for contractors CACI International Inc. (CACI) and Systems Application & Technologies Inc., found himself the subject of a federal probe.

Domico is among 20 investigators who have pleaded guilty or have been convicted of falsifying such reports since 2006. Half of them worked for companies such as Altegrity Inc., which performed a background check on national-security contractor Edward Snowden. The cases may represent a fraction of the fabrications in a government vetting process with little oversight, according to lawmakers and U.S. watchdog officials.

“The process for granting security clearances across the federal government is broken,” Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin , the top Republican on a Senate panel overseeing government contracting, said in an e-mail.

Passing a government background check is a requirement before an employee or contractor can be granted a security clearance to access classified information. The process has been under increasing scrutiny since Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor who had worked for McLean, Virginia-based Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp. (BAH) , leaked secret documents on U.S. surveillance programs. Snowden’s Vetting Snowden held a top-secret clearance, and his background check was done by the USIS unit of Falls Church , Virginia-based Altegrity in 2011, according to Senator Claire McCaskill , a Missouri Democrat. USIS, the government’s No. 1 provider of such work with $253 million in awards this year, is under investigation by an inspector general who has said there may have been shortcomings in the company’s vetting of Snowden.

Among the 10 background-check workers employed by contractors who have been convicted or pleaded guilty to falsifying records since 2006, eight of them had worked for USIS, according to the inspector general for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. The personnel agency is responsible for about 90 percent of the government’s background checks.

In one case, Kayla M. Smith, a former investigative specialist for USIS, submitted some 1,600 falsified credit reports, according to the inspector general’s office. Convicted Workers She pleaded guilty in August 2009 to falsifying one out of three credit checks she performed during an 18-month period, according to a Justice Department statement. Smith, then 25, received three years of probation. She also was ordered to pay about $95,300 in restitution to USIS and an estimated $4,300 to the personnel office.

In a twist that hints at how widespread the fabrications in the background check system may be, the investigator who had vetted Smith was convicted in a separate falsification case, Patrick McFarland, inspector general for the personnel office, said at a June 20 hearing held by two Senate panels.

The most recent case involved Ramon Davila, 59, a former worker for contractors including USIS, Fairfax, Virginia-based ManTech International Corp. (MANT) and Largo, Maryland-based Systems Application & Technologies.

Davila pleaded guilty last month to submitting documents that contained false reports about interviews he had never conducted and records he had never obtained. His sentencing is scheduled for September, according to the Justice Department. Talking Dead Domico, who claimed to have interviewed a person who turned out to be dead, falsified documents in more than two dozen cases in 2005 and 2006, according to a Justice Department press release. He was sentenced in April 2010 to five months in prison and ordered to pay $69,611 in restitution to the personnel agency, according to the department. It wasn’t clear which company he worked for when he claimed to have interviewed the deceased person.

Attempts to reach Domico, Smith and Davila by phone were unsuccessful. Jody Brown, a spokeswoman for CACI, declined to comment. Representatives for ManTech and Systems Application didn’t provide comment. A USIS spokesman didn’t respond to a phone call seeking comment on the cases.

There may be “considerably more” botched background investigations, McFarland told senators at the hearing. “I don’t believe that we’ve caught it all by any stretch,” he said.

McFarland said his office doesn’t have the funds needed to conduct thorough probes. Oversight Bill While the personnel office charges other federal agencies to conduct the checks, it isn’t allowed to include the cost of the inspector general’s oversight in its prices, according to McFarland.

Johnson and Senator Jon Tester, a Montana Democrat who chairs a Senate oversight panel, plan to introduce legislation this week that would provide the inspector general access to funding for a broader investigation.

The bill would also require the personnel office to temporarily suspend any employee under investigation for falsifying background checks. It would establish government-wide standards for screening federal workers requiring security clearances.

McCaskill has said that USIS is under criminal investigation by the inspector general for the company’s “systemic failure to adequately conduct investigations.” Flawed Checks USIS is the government’s top provider of federal background check investigations, handling about 45 percent of the reviews that the personnel office hires contractors to perform.

The company received a subpoena in January 2012 from the inspector general and “has cooperated fully with the government’s civil investigative efforts,” it said in a June 26 statement. USIS said it has never been informed that it is under criminal investigation.

McFarland has found flaws dating to 2009 with background checks overseen by the personnel office. The agency’s primary contractors are the USIS unit of Altegrity, owned by Providence Equity Partners LLC; KeyPoint Government Solutions Inc., a unit of Veritas Capital, a New York-based private equity company; and CACI, based in Arlington, Virginia. USIS Competitors The Office of Personnel Management has awarded contracts valued at $466 million for background checks so far this fiscal year, which began Oct. 1, 2012, according to data compiled by Bloomberg Industries. Of that amount, USIS received 54 percent, or $253 million, Keypoint got 35 percent, or $162 million, and CACI got 11 percent, or $51 million.

USIS received 95 percent of the personnel office’s spending on background investigations in fiscal 2007, according to the data.

“Competition is already eating away at USIS’s market share, and its competitors can try to use the bad publicity to their advantage,” said Brian Friel, a contracts analyst at Bloomberg Industries.

McFarland’s office recommended in a 2010 audit that the contractors be required to undergo standardized training and verify all records used in background investigations. Those recommendations are unresolved, according to the inspector general. Security Clearances The government is increasingly relying on companies to conduct background investigations for security clearances. The ranks of contract workers helping to do background checks on contractors and federal employees swelled 15 percent to almost 6,800 last year from fiscal 2011, according to the personnel office.

Contractors are under tremendous pressure to complete a growing number of security clearances as quickly as possible, said Larry Allen , president of Allen Federal Business Partners, a consulting firm in McLean, Virginia.

“Investigators are overworked, they don’t always feel they are compensated fairly, and there is a lot of pressure put on them by the Office of Personnel Management to get things done in a timely manner,” Allen said in a telephone interview. “Ultimately, some people slip through the cracks.”
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Background investigators knew Aaron Alexis hid arrest
Jim Michaels, USA TODAY 7:20 p.m. EDT September 23, 2013
But he was still granted a secret military clearance.


Aaron Alexis lied to investigators about his 2004 gun arrest in Seattle
No charges were filed in the Seattle incident
Alexis was killed after Navy Yard shooting rampage


WASHINGTON — Background investigators were aware in 2007 that Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis failed to disclose that he had been arrested and had a string of bad debts prior to joining the military, but he was granted a secret clearance anyway, according to military documents released Monday.

After he enlisted in the Navy in May 2007, an FBI fingerprint check indicated that he had been charged with malicious mischief in 2004, according to the Navy. Police reports indicated he was arrested after shooting the tires of a parked car in a dispute with a construction worker in Seattle.

He did not disclose that or any credit problems on the form he was required to fill out as part of his security clearance process.

Investigators conducted an interview "regarding the subject's unadmitted criminal offense and financial issues," according to a report by the Office of Personnel Management, a government agency

Alexis, 34, was killed after a shooting rampage at the Navy Yard where he killed 12 people on Sept. 16. At the time he was out of the Navy and was working as a subcontractor at the base.

Still, Alexis' background in the Navy has been scrutinized as officials attempt to determine whether there were red flags in Alexis' naval service and elsewhere that were overlooked.

The OPM background report was forwarded to the Navy, but it did not mention the shooting. Instead it described a situation in which Alexis deflated the tires of the man with whom he was having a dispute.

OPM said the Seattle Police Department would not provide records and so investigators turned to the courts. The court records included the malicious mischief offense, but since no charges were filed there were no detailed records indicating allegations of a weapon or precisely what happened.

OPM said it cannot compel local police departments to turn over records.

Alexis also told investigators that he did not disclose the Seattle incident on the questionnaire because the charge was dismissed.

He was arrested in connection with the Seattle incident and jailed overnight, but no charges were ever filed.

The Navy said it was not aware of the shooting allegations when a clearance was granted, though it is not clear whether that would have led to a denial of his clearance, since no charges were filed.

Typically, OPM oversees the background investigation and the military determines whether to grant a clearance based on what is found.

For its part the, OPM said it conducted the investigation properly. In a statement attributed to Mert Miller, the associate director for federal investigative services, the OPM said "the appropriate federal records were obtained, and the required fieldwork was performed."

The OPM report also contained a credit history that showed Alexis had a string of bad debt related to school, car and other loans. Alexis told investigators that he answered no to the question asking whether he had delinquent debt because he was working on a plan to pay it off.

OPM said it conducted the background check on Alexis in conjunction with a contractor, USIS.

After a review of Alexis' naval records, Juan Garcia, assistant secretary of the Navy for manpower, has recommended that future OPM investigative reports include "any available police documents related to the subject being investigated for clearance eligibility," according to a memorandum released by the Navy.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/p...-yard/2857557/

That man looks black.

I wonder if he is of Chicagoan descent.
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Honest question...is the change in the wording important? If the malicious act was about ruining tires, does it matter that he used a gun? If he had used a knife to slash out tires, would that mean he's not to be trusted around knives?

I'm not taking sides here, but I am curious as to whether or not the tool used to ruin the tires is of any relevancy. I mean, the article refers to "the shooting allegations", but would it have referenced "the stabbing allegations" had a knife been used?
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Honest question...is the change in the wording important? If the malicious act was about ruining tires, does it matter that he used a gun? If he had used a knife to slash out tires, would that mean he's not to be trusted around knives?

I'm not taking sides here, but I am curious as to whether or not the tool used to ruin the tires is of any relevancy. I mean, the article refers to "the shooting allegations", but would it have referenced "the stabbing allegations" had a knife been used?
Yes, it is important. When you are wielding a firearm you must be under control, or just put the ****ing thing away. If you can't handle that then you shouldn't be armed.
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Im gonna bet the contract requires contractor to find black, females, and mexicans to fill jobs. Its not screening everyone its finding minority people. So wtf. Change the facts get the hire and cash the check.
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Im gonna bet the contract requires contractor to find black, females, and mexicans to fill jobs. Its not screening everyone its finding minority people. So wtf. Change the facts get the hire and cash the check.
Ill bet your probably right. I would wager the contract has some type of "performanve inventive" if they hit a certain pct or quota number of minority hires.
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Ill bet your probably right. I would wager the contract has some type of "performanve inventive" if they hit a certain pct or quota number of minority hires.
Doesn't work that way. It's based on minority ownership and small business ownership. Usually the big dog company sub contracts out at least 18% - 33% of its jobs to minority owned business.
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A new website that shows member-created construction site listings that need fill or have excess fill. Dirt Monkey @ https://DirtMonkey.net
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