The Y-12 security contractor that's been under fire since three demonstrators penetrated deep into restricted territory is now investigating another possible violation.
WSI Oak Ridge says it is conducting a full investigation after test questions for an inspection were released to employees who could have been required to take the test.
WSI says test questions associated with the current Office of Health, Safety and Security inspection were given to employees last Wednesday.
Officials say they are working to determine if this was intended to give potential test takers an advantage, or if it was done unintentionally to help test the overall knowledge of the security police officers.
Tuesday, Y-12 officials said they could terminate their contract with WSI following the break-in in July by those three protesters and this most recent incident.
Officials at Y-12 notified WSI that its contract would be terminated for default if actions are not taken to address all of the issues to date.
WSI says it recognizes the importance of basic test integrity, and it's ready to fully support whatever measures are necessary to restart and conclude the inspection.