Six Men Accused Of Rigging Army Hospital Contracts

Law360, New York (May 18, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In yet another blow to the integrity of the military medical system, six men were charged on Thursday with rigging bids on U.S. Army Medical Command contracts worth $79 million.

Four of the men were assigned to the medical command and allegedly used their positions to manipulate and steer contracts for computer equipment and technology to companies they were either controlling or aligned with.

They include William Strout Sr., a former contracting officer and technical representative for the technology division of the Army Medical Command, and...
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