(CBS) — Chicago’s inspector general says the Chicago Fire Department is still not meeting nationwide standards for response time, despite being chided a year-and-a-half ago for not meeting those standards.

It was in 2013 when Chicago’s Inspector General Joe Ferguson concluded that the fire department was not meeting national standards for response times.

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According to Ferguson, the city was using a statistically flawed method for calculating those response times and because of the way it keeps records, that the department was missing some of those response time records.

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Now the Inspector General has released a follow-up, saying basically that the fire department has done nothing to meet national standards. To view the report, click here.

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A spokesman for the fire department says the department has received the inspector general’s report and is reviewing it.