Former State Employee Pays $70,000 Penalty In Conflict Case
3/8/23 1:31 PM
A former state programmer in the Executive Office of Education has paid a $70,000 civil penalty and admitted to violating the state's conflict of interest law in connection with consultant hires that led to her family's company receiving substantial recruiting fees.
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