Oak Ridge's embattled security contractor says their was no intentional attempt for their employees to cheat on an upcoming review.
WSI Oak Ridge has concluded its investigation, after test questions for an Office of Health, Safety and Security (HSS) inspection were released to employees who could have been required to take the test.
This came just weeks after anunprecedented security breach at Y-12, where three protestors managed to penetrate the secure area and vandalize the building where nuclear material is stored.
According to a press release, the investigation found "no evidence of any intentional wrongdoing on the part of any WSI Oak Ridge employees."
WSI said a series of e-mails were sent to a small group of administrators, seeking their opinions on "the factual accuracy of a proposed written examination that had been prepared for administration to selected members of the Protective Force."
The investigation found that one supervisor thought the email was a study guide for his security force, and distributed it.
WSI said there was a similar allegation in 2003, and after a full investigation, no wrong-doing was found.
WSI's report on their investigation was submitted to B&W Y-12 on Monday, which has not reviewed or approved those findings yet.