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July 30, 2012


Sun Tzu

This complaint should inject the money that's been missing from The Child Support Section. Last week the auditors found about $70k missing; in the event the lock to where the auditors were auditing had to be changed. A particular manager comes to mind in dealing with the money at child support, with more power than that manager should have. This is something the Inspector General should start investigating. At a time when the employees are told there is no money for raises and bones, yet a manager receive a whopping $10k raised.

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John Labonte

Interesting that there is a new ethics manual, board, and policy for public employees of the District of Columbia, but when a member of the bar in OAG in a position of authority expresses such concerns, this is the result. Without commenting on merits of the suit, together with the Payne litigation, it indicates to me a resistance to the whistleblower statute that may be a foreecast of things to come for Robert Spagnoletti and the Ethics Board. Parts of OAG have had a lot of personnel issues in recent years.

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