Richard Windsor never existed at the EPA, but the agency awarded the fictional stafferâ€™s email account certificates proving he had mastered all of the agencyâ€™s technology training â€” including declaring him a â€œscholar of ethical behavior,â€ according to documents disclosed late last week.
Windsor.Richard@epa.gov was the controversial email alias used 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 â€” the latest in a series that EPA critics have pried loose under open-records requests â€” suggests Ms. Jackson used the alias even more widely than known, including taking required agency computer training under the fake identity.
EPA officials say thereâ€™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 â€œsatisfactorily competed the online email records management trainingâ€; took the 2010 â€œNo FEAR Act Training Moduleâ€; and a completed a â€œCybersecurity awareness trainingâ€ course in 2011, where he scored 83 percent.
Windsor was also awarded the â€œscholar of ethical behaviorâ€ 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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