A National Park Service employee requested $32,000 in upgrades to a government-owned townhouse they reportedly intended to rent out as if it was theirs - Foenaija - Home

A National Park Service employee requested $32,000 in upgrades to a government-owned townhouse they reportedly intended to rent out as if it was theirs

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  • An internal report revealed that a senior official with US National Park Service made a department-funded request to renovate a government-owned townhouse he intended to live in and rent out.
  • The request reportedly amounted to $32,000.


A report from the Interior Department's inspector general's office revealed that a senior official with the National Park Service made a department-funded request for design and construction upgrades to a government-owned townhouse he intended to live in and rent out.

The inspector general's office found that the request amounted to $32,000.

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