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Mr. John C. Beale

Air Quality Specialist

Environmental Protection Agency

HQ Phone: (215) 814-5000

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Environmental Protection Agency

1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Washington D.C, District of Columbia 20460

United States

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Employment History

Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Administration

The Senate Environment Committee

Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Administration

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


Central Intelligence Agency




New York University

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Senate Environment, House Oversight to Discuss EPA IG Report on Beale - The Senate Environment Committee is holding a briefing at 4:00 p.m. on the EPA inspector general's investigation of EPA official John Beale. Last week, Beale plead guilty to stealing nearly $900,000 from the agency over multiple years.

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O'Grady noted how managers were deceived by John Beale, who impersonated a CIA spy while working at EPA and is now in prison for fraud, and allowed sexual harassment to go on for so long in the agency's Chicago office.

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John C. Beale, a former EPA senior policy advisor, explained his motivations for the first time in a federal courtroom Wednesday before he was sentenced to more than 2 ½ years in prison for stealing nearly $900,000 in taxpayer funds.

Beale, 65, admitted in September that he had skipped out on work for years by telling a series of supervisors, including top officials in EPA's Office of Air and Radiation, that he was doing top-secret work for the CIA. He was paid for a total of 2 ½ years of work he did not perform since early 2000 and received about $500,000 in bonuses he did not deserve, according to his plea agreement.
Beale, 64, was charged in August with collecting nearly $900,000 in pay and bonuses for work he avoided performing at EPA. New details emerged Friday about Beale's scheme. During a 12-year period, prosecutors said, he was away from the office for at least 102 days under the guise of working for the CIA. He took five personal trips to Los Angeles for what he said was a "special research project" and charged the government $57,000 for his travel. To obtain a parking space, Beale lied to his managers about having contracted malaria while serving in Vietnam. He never served in Vietnam, according to the statement of offence Facciola summarized in court.
Mark Lowenthal, a former CIA official who is now president of the Intelligence & Security Academy, said a person who was legitimately working undercover would never have explicitly told colleagues as Beale did, "I've got secret work to do.
Over the past 12 years, John C. Beale was often away from his job as a high-level staffer at the Environmental Protection Agency. He cultivated an air of mystery and explained his lengthy absences by telling his bosses that he was doing top-secret work, including for the CIA. For years, apparently, no one checked.
Now, Beale is charged with stealing nearly $900,000 from the EPA by receiving pay and bonuses he did not deserve. He faces up to three years in prison.
Beale, 64, who was a senior policy adviser in the Office of Air and Radiation, is expected to plead guilty at a hearing scheduled for Monday at U.S. District Court in Washington.
At agency headquarters on Pennsylvania Avenue, Beale fostered an enigmatic image. He frequently traveled to China, South Africa and England, according to several people who worked with him. He would describe his trips and mention a lingering case of malaria. The Arlington County resident told colleagues that his stints away from the office were for "sensitive work for another agency," according to an official familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the case is pending.

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