NASA Inspector General Under Investigation

Internal NASA Memo Regarding Administrative Investigation of NASA Inspector General

"The Integrity Committee of the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency notified me that they have requested that the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development conduct an administrative investigation into allegations against me as the NASA Inspector General. According to the Integrity Committee's letter, the allegations are that I "failed to investigate violations of safety concerns and retaliation by whistle-blowers."

Investigator at NASA Faces Inquiry Over Safety, NY Times

"According to the Integrity Committee's letter, the allegations are that I 'failed to investigate violations of safety concerns and retaliation by whistle-blowers,' " he said in the e-mail message, first posted on the SpaceRef.com Web site. He went on to urge his staff to cooperate fully."

NASA's Inspector General Probed - Failure to Investigate Safety Violations Is Among the Charges, Washington Post

"An FBI-led watchdog agency has opened an investigation into multiple complaints accusing NASA Inspector General Robert W. Cobb of failing to investigate safety violations and retaliating against whistle-blowers. Most of the complaints were filed by current and former employees of his own office."

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