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DOJ Says Company That Vetted Snowden Faked 665,000 Background Checks

Not only that, but the practice of scamming the government seems to have been the official policy of the organization, clearly described in various emails.
DOJ Says Company That Vetted Snowden Faked 665,000 Background Checks
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Via Techdirt:

When we last checked in on USIS, the contracting firm which large parts of the federal government and the intelligence community used to conduct background checks on employees (including Ed Snowden), we noted that it had been caught falsifying reports and claiming to have interviewed dead people. At the time, we noted at least one USIS employee had been accused of submitting 1,600 falsified credit reports. But, apparently, the story goes much, much deeper. The DOJ is now accusing USIS of faking background checks on 665,000 federal employees.

Not only that, but the practice of scamming the gov...

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