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Corp Author Ohio. Office of Inspector General.
Title Report of investigation : agency: Ohio Department of Transportation : file ID no.: 2015-CA00021.
Imprint [Columbus] : State of Ohio, Office of the Inspector General, [2017]

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 MUSKINGUM OHIO DOCUMENTS  OGI 1.19:2015-CA00021    ONLINE  
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Corp Author Ohio. Office of Inspector General.
Subject Ohio. Department of Transportation -- Officials and employees -- Discipline.
Asphalt concrete -- Testing.
Add Title Ohio Department of Transportation
Description 2 online resources
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Note "Date of report: July 27, 2017."
Summary On April 21, 2015, the Office of the Ohio Inspector General received notification from John Shore, chief investigator of the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), Office of Investigative Services (OIS) concerning suspected falsification of documents related to 448 asphalt concrete testing. Shore provided information that indicated ODOT employees in districts 8 and 11 had obtained a demonstrated pattern of results that were statistically improbable for 448 asphalt concrete tests. Michael Green, an engineer in the Division of Materials Management in ODOT District 6, identified the statistically impossible results. Green compiled and conducted a statistical analysis of the asphalt testing results for the 2014 statewide paving season and forwarded the results of his analysis to ODOT management, who subsequently forwarded the information to the Office of the Ohio Inspector General for review. The Office of the Ohio Inspector General opened an investigation on April 27, 2015.
Contents Report (2 unnumbered pages, 17 pages, 2 unnumbered pages) -- Exhibits (3, 10, 4 pages).
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (watchdog.ohio.gov viewed on , 2016).
OCLC # 1007769360


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