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“Workers there earn bonuses for completing more filings, and supervisors say some workers deliberately stash records to finish more quickly.”


Scope of missing federal military records grows
Kansas City Star
A 2012 audit found that a file clerk at the National Personnel Records Center wrongly filed nearly three-fourths of 1,200 files. But in a recent memo, the …

Scope of missing federal military records grows
Washington Times
A 2012 audit found that a file clerk at the National Personnel Records Center wrongly filed nearly three-fourths of 1,200 files assigned to him over a …

Second worker at records center in St. Louis County gets probation for dumping vets’ files
Suburban Journals
ST. LOUIS • A second worker who admitted dumping, “stashing” or destroying 1,800 documents at the National Personnel Records Center was …

Senators want answers on veterans records breach
The Daily Statesman
A 2012 audit of the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis found that he had wrongly filled nearly three-fourths of 1,200 files over a …

Inhofe requests answers to 1,800 veterans records destroyed, misplaced by NPRC
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Following news that at least 1,800 personnel records for veterans were mishandled or destroyed at the Nation Personnel Records Center, …
A copy of the letter can also be read by clicking here.

Senators Blunt, McCaskill Demand Answers For Veterans’ Families Impacted By Serious Breach Of …
KOAM-TV
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In light of reports that two employees at the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Mo. admitted to dumping, …

Inhofe: Why Were 1800 Veterans’ Records Destroyed, Purposely Misplaced?
CNSNews.com (blog)
… more than 1,800 personnel records for U.S. veterans by at least two of your employees at the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). I seek (1) …

Over 1800 vets’ records intentionally destroyed or misfiled
Press TV
More than 1,800 personnel records for US veterans were destroyed or misfiled by two student employees of the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis County, federal criminal court documents show. One of the student employees, Lonnie Halkmon, ..

1800 personnel records intentionally destroyed or misfiled by workers at St …
STLtoday.com
ST. LOUIS COUNTY • Paid for speed in handling documents pulled from 100 million federal employee records, two workers at the National Personnel Records Center here have admitted dumping, destroying or misfiling at least 1,800 of them, court records …

More than 1,800 Vets’ Records Destroyed, Misfiled
Military.com
ST. LOUIS –More than 1,800 personnel records for U.S. veterans were destroyed or misfiled by two student employees of the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis County, federal criminal court documents show. One of the student employees, …

Federal records workers deliberately dumped, destroyed or lost 1800 documents
STLtoday.com
ST. LOUIS COUNTY • Paid for speed in handling documents pulled from 100 million federal employee records, two workers at the National Personnel Records Center here have admitted dumping, destroying or misfiling at least 1,800 of them, court records …

Clerk sentenced to probation for misfiling veteran records at St. Louis warehouse
Greenfield Daily Reporter
He had previously pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of destroying government records at the National Personnel Records Center. The center is part of the National Archives and Records Administration. Halkmon was charged after a 2012 audit found …

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