Government Gone Wild… Former EPA Administrator Awarded Family Dog With Training Certificates & Official Email Account
During her reign as EPA administrator Lisa Jackson was a prolific author of email messages from a secret account she hoped to conceal. Jackson named the account after a family dog – Richard Windsor. She used the account to communicate with far left environmental activists.
Newly released information show that former Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson awarded her fictitious account with training certificates including declaring “Richard Windsor” a “scholar of ethical behavior.”
The Washington Times reported:
Richard Windsor never existed at the EPA, but the agency awarded the fictional staffer’s email account certificates proving he had mastered all of the agency’s technology training — including declaring him a “scholar of ethical behavior,” according to documents disclosed late last week.
Windsor.Richar[email protected] was the controversial email alias used by former by former Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson, who resigned earlier this year amid questions about whether her agency was complying with open-records laws.
The new records — the latest in a series that EPA critics have pried loose under open-records requests — suggests Ms. Jackson used the alias even more widely than known, including taking required agency computer training under the fake identity.
EPA officials say there’s nothing unusual in that, since Ms. Jackson used the alternate address regularly to conduct agency business.
The new records show the Windsor account was awarded certificates showing he has “satisfactorily competed the online email records management training”; took the 2010 “No FEAR Act Training Module”; and a completed a “Cybersecurity awareness training” course in 2011, where he scored 83 percent.
Windsor was also awarded the “scholar of ethical behavior” each year from 2010 through 2012. The only training Ms. Jackson appears to have done under her own name was for cybersecurity awareness in 2010.
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