Pa. Gov. Wants Turnpike Contracts Reviewed After Indictments

Law360, Philadelphia (April 5, 2013, 1:58 PM EDT) -- Pennsylvania's governor on Thursday canceled an $8.6 million information technology contract and ordered a comprehensive review of other contracts awarded by the state's Turnpike Commission in the wake of March indictments accusing high-ranking officials and contractors of bid-riggings and bribery.

The integrity review, which will be carried out by the state's Office of General Counsel, will focus on 16 vendors named in indictments handed down by a grand jury in March detailing rampant corruption at the turnpike including an alleged scheme to steer contracts to political...
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