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Submission + - Feds say $2.3M in bribes paid to CIO, database chief (computerworld.com.au)

walterbyrd writes: The scheme worked like this: One vendor would receive $105 to $115 per hour from the medical cost management firm for database administrators. The vendor then kept $62 per hour, while the balance, $43, was allegedly paid as a kickback to two co-conspirators: the medical firm's CIO and its director of database administration, according to court documents.
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Feds say $2.3M in bribes paid to CIO, database chief

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