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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #100 on: Sep 10, 2011, 03:44 »
Can someone some up the problem, I don't see it here.  If you maintain another residence you are either on a deed or a lease.  The company will ask for proof of your other residence.  If you provide it with legitimate documents, they should pay.  If you do not have another residence, you are not entitled.  If you provide it and they refuse to pay you, leave.   Is this so hard to understand or follow?

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #101 on: Sep 10, 2011, 11:19 »
To sum up the problem...The problem just isn't as black & white as the case you've laid out.

Those who have provided the proper documentation have had to jump through additional hoops to satisfy the powerful (SRNS procurement). The per diem regs provide too much gray area which allows procurement to decide against those with proper documentation for no obvious reason.

Your solution is neither too hard to follow nor hard to understand, and is simply a repeat of what has been mentioned here several times already. In the past two weeks, three contractors have left for other contracts and two more are leaving at the end of this coming week. Others are looking for their ticket out of here and I wish them the best of luck! This is just within our office, so I can only assume that it's happening all over the site.

I think pbooth's main issue is the hypocrisy in blatantly wasting untold $$$ on 'flare' while harassing contractors over per diem just to save a few bucks.

More than just a venue to vent about these policies, this thread serves to warn those who are considering a contract here. Know what to expect!

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #102 on: Sep 10, 2011, 11:50 »
.....More than just a venue to vent about these policies, this thread serves to warn those who are considering a contract here. Know what to expect!

That succinct statement should pretty much lock this thread up, nice "executive summary".

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #103 on: Sep 10, 2011, 02:58 »
It's a shame things have to be like THAT down there isn't it ? There are alot of really nice people down  there ! Folks stay away from SRNS, if you can help it ! SEE YOU ON THE ROAD, SOMEWHERE !!!! LATER pbooth. BEWARE OF COMPANIES LIKE VAS. My tip of the Day for you Guys !!!!

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #104 on: Sep 10, 2011, 10:34 »
pbooth, you are talking 2 different subjects. You can be correct about the company waste. But it is different from the employee theft.
Sad to say it goes on at other places too. (Farley is one place where I saw it first hand)

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #105 on: Sep 11, 2011, 11:43 »
You are correct, I got caught up in my frustration. I just hate the fact the honest people get caught up with the not-so-honest. But I can say this and I'll stop beating a dead horse, the time and day is coming when SRNS will need a few good techs again and when they can't staff, they will be begging hard ! The two issues should be kept separate. Thanks for correcting me in my frustration. pbooth 8)

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #106 on: Sep 11, 2011, 12:57 »
the time and day is coming when SRNS will need a few good techs again and when they can't staff, they will be begging hard !

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #107 on: Sep 12, 2011, 08:35 »
Don't forget the trucks.  Nice white Ford F-150 4 door trucks.  17000 miles and the front tires were already worn out on one side or the other.  And i've heard they have been replaced before the money went dry. :-X

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #108 on: Sep 12, 2011, 08:37 »
Then there was the house techs getting guaranteed overtime Friday and Saturday with ARRA money.

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #109 on: Sep 12, 2011, 08:58 »
Yes Yes ! Im sure the list goes on and on !  All that and they won't give us what we deserve ! I wish there was something that could be done, but at this point, I don't know !!!Try to stay away from that place, it will do you wrong !! pbooth

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #110 on: Sep 12, 2011, 09:09 »
Don't forget the trucks.  Nice white Ford F-150 4 door trucks.  17000 miles and the front tires were already worn out on one side or the other.  And i've heard they have been replaced before the money went dry. :-X

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #111 on: Mar 12, 2012, 10:56 »
Another one...

Aiken Standard: Ex-DOE contractor charged with theft of gov’t funds
Publication: 3/8/12

A former Department of Energy contractor at the Savannah River Site was charged this week in a four-count federal indictment with theft of government funds and making false statements to government officials.

Gregory Richey, 41, of Hempstead, N.C., allegedly claimed eligibility for per diem benefits that he received through a program funded by DOE, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office press release. If convicted, the maximum penalty Richey could receive is up to 10 years in prison.

Richey’s charges follow a number of other federal indictments in the past year or so of other DOE contract employees who have submitted false per diem claims.

In the past year, the U.S. Attorney’s Office worked with DOE’s Office of Investigations to uncover schemes by various employees who submitted fraudulent claims. The investigations resulted in three criminal convictions and three cases in which the defendants entered into the federal pretrial diversion program.

The investigations also resulted in the recovery of more than $1 million in restitution and penalties, of which more than $700,000 was money funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

The South Carolina investigations resulted in the first criminal conviction and first civil settlements related to fraudulently obtained ARRA funds in the nation, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. It is unclear if the allegedly fraudulent per diem benefits that Richey claimed were provided through ARRA funding.
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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #112 on: Mar 14, 2012, 12:47 »
. . . they won't give us what we deserve !

I'm not entirely sure I would ever want what I deserved.

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #113 on: Mar 14, 2012, 05:18 »
So, like, I have a gentleman who needs the contact information for the Savannah River dosimetry records office.

Anyone have that within arms reach? Appreciate your help.

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #114 on: Mar 14, 2012, 08:22 »
So, like, I have a gentleman who needs the contact information for the Savannah River dosimetry records office.

Anyone have that within arms reach? Appreciate your help.

https://www.reirs.com/dosehist.cfm

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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #115 on: Mar 15, 2012, 06:55 »
So, like, I have a gentleman who needs the contact information for the Savannah River dosimetry records office.



Anyone have that within arms reach? Appreciate your help.

Try one of these.


Record Retrieval Requests
 Michelle Capers
 803-725-8797
 
Rebecca Carter
 803-725-1407
 
Wanda Redd
803-725-4929
 
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Re: Savannah River Site Per Diem
« Reply #116 on: Mar 15, 2012, 10:16 »
Thanks guys. That helps tremendously, as always.

 


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