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VA OIG: ‘To Financially Benefit FedBid Inc. VHA Procurement Official and FedBid Inc. Executives Interfered with VA Oversight’

The VHA Deputy Chief Procurement Officer engaged in conduct prejudicial to the Government, a conflict of interest, improperly disclosed non-public VA information, misused her position and VA resources, engaged in a prohibited personnel practice, interfered with a VA OIG contract review, acted as an agent of FedBid Inc. in matters before the Government, and did not testify freely and honestly. Additionally, she, a close personal friend, and FedBid Inc. Executives, to financially benefit FedBid Inc., willfully and improperly acted to thwart a VA Official in his oversight duties associated with VA’s procurement operations. Together they took significant measures to disrupt and deprive VA’s right to transact official business honestly and impartially, free from improper and undue influence.

via Report Summary.

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