Darleen A. Druyun
February 2005: Darleen A. Druyun, the former Air Force procurement official who admitted showing Boeing Co. favoritism on contracts, may have unduly influenced eight other contracts worth about $3 billion, including four awarded to other companies, Pentagon officials said yesterday.http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24924-2005Feb14.html
September 2004: The tanker deal has spurred several investigations that have reached Boeing's senior ranks. Last year, the firm fired Darleen A. Druyun, a former Air Force procurement official, who admitted illegally accepting a position with the firm while negotiating the tanker deal. Druyun has pleaded guilty and is scheduled to be sentenced next month. Boeing also fired Chief Financial Officer Michael M. Sears, who recruited Druyun to the company.http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A45789-2004Sep23.html
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jun 07, 2005 E-Mails Detail Air Force Push for Boeing Deal: Pentagon Official Called Proposed Lease of Tankers a 'Bailout,' Report Finds
QUOTE: ...new report details...how Air Force leaders and Boeing officials jointly manipulated legislation to authorize the deal and later sought to suppress dissenting opinion throughout the Pentagon.
Washington Post Feb 15, 2005 Jailed Ex-Official Linked To More Defense Contracts
QUOTE: Darleen A. Druyun, the former Air Force procurement official who admitted showing Boeing Co. favoritism on contracts, may have unduly influenced eight other contracts worth about $3 billion, including four awarded to other companies...
Washington Post Oct 12, 2004 Air Force Asks for Broader Inquiry Into Charges of Favoritism in Boeing Contracts
QUOTE: The Air Force asked the Pentagon yesterday to broaden its investigation into a procurement scandal to include more contracts that a former official admitted improperly awarding to Boeing, including a $4 billion contract to upgrade software on the C-130 transport airplane.
New York Times Sep 24, 2004 Boeing Deal Faces Justice Dept. Review: Potential Conflict of Interest Cited
QUOTE: The Justice Department has been asked to review documents related to a proposed Boeing Co. tanker deal...to address questions of potential conflict of interest...
Washington Post Feb 19, 2004 Recruiting Uncle Sam
QUOTE: Before government officials can begin negotiating jobs in the private sector, they must recuse themselves from making decisions that could have a financial impact on their potential employers....But the defense companies are so huge and the rules so elastic that loopholes exist.
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