During Dean Garris’ review of this matter, a senior administrator in the Office of Admission disclosed that he had been solely responsible for falsely reporting SAT statistics since 2005.
Step Two: Ignore any institutional benefits from said “rogue” behavior/minimize any institutional incentives or performance pressures that might contribute to employees' natural tendencies to engage in misconduct that provides them with no direct benefits
First, the individual has taken full responsibility and has resigned his position from the College effective immediately.
Step Three: Retain high-profile legal counsel
Second, we have engaged outside legal counsel from O’Melveny & Myers to complete an independent review of our admission-related data processes.
Step Four: Launch an internal investigation/commit to strengthen the faulty internal controls such investigation will inevitably identify
Finally, we are reviewing our internal data gathering and reporting processes and will strengthen them to ensure that this type of conduct will not occur in the future.