But as for the matter at hand: It seemed like a minor security officer working for the President just needed to have $70,000 in his home. And the White House's chief of computers is on leave, as well.
Weird. Not too much has been splashed in the news. If this happened to Bush, it would be front and center, just like those "documents" stating he was AWOL in Vietnam. Good work, media.
Authorities say Acar and Bansal, along with others, defrauded the government through a variety of schemes, including billing the city for items that were never delivered and "ghost" contract employees who did not work. The scheme involved Acar approving falsified bills and splitting the money with vendors including Bansal, who submitted them, court documents alleged.
Bansal, a native of India who turns 42 next week, is a former city employee and the founder and chief executive of Advanced Integrated Technologies Corp. The company has offices in Washington and India and did more than $13 million in business with the District of Columbia government in the past five years, according to court documents.
One contract involved providing computer support for the city's Department of Motor Vehicles. The company also was given a contract to upgrade the city's human resources computer records and sold virus detection software to the city.Why do I have the feeling that this is just the tip of the iceberg?
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