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U.S.: Pittsburgh ex-city employee pleads guilty to bid-ridding

 |  December 7, 2012

A former employee for the city of Pittsburgh has pleaded guilty of bid-rigging in a case involving contracts for vendors to install radios in police cruisers. Christine Ann Kebr pled guilty to conspiracy during her time working for the city’s Computer Information Systems department, which was managing the contracts in 2006 and 2007 for the radios. According to the accusations, Kebr met directly with the owner of a company who install security systems to create the contracts for installing the radios; the deal ended up going to Alpha Outfitters, created by Victory Security who is owned by the man with whom Kebr met.

Full Content: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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