EEOC - $250,000 Disappeared from EEOC's Phoenix Office

Posted on Thursday, February 25th, 2010 at 10:24pm CST by 25cfc39b

Product: Government

Company: EEOC

Location: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 131 M Street, NE
Washington, DC, 20507, US


Category: Other

Februray 2010 (Phoenix, AZ) - Employees at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Phoenix District Office have come up short, two hundred fifty thousand dollars short. "We receive minimal training and supervisors ration supplies because we don't have resources and funds," said one employee. "Yet, our district is missing $250,000 and as a taxpayer, it upsets me."

As case loads increase because of unemployment, those filing charges are forced to wait months and even years for their cases to be processed. The missing $250,000 could have paid the salary of additional investigators to help with the record setting number of cases filed last year. Instead, the $250,000 simply disappeared.

Rumor has it two former district resource staff members resigned after discovering the books had been cooked. An influential anonymous source said, "Instead of investigating the missing money, the EEOC has swept this scandal under the rug."


fca34886, 2010-03-10, 09:30AM CST

If you have information related to this theft, you may send that information to the EEOC Office of Inspector General.

Hotline # 1-800-849-4230

Mail to: EEOC Office of Inspector General P.O. Box 77067 Washington, DC 20013.

All information is confidential. Please supple specific details of this alleged crime.

fca34886, 2010-03-10, 09:43AM CST

Anyone with information related to this allegation should contact the EEOC Office of Inspector General. Please provide the specific details of the crime.

Call 1-800-849-4230

or Mail to EEOC Office of Inspector General P.O. Box 77067 Washington, DC 20013

All information will remain confidential.

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