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Gandhi's tenure marred by theft

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Chief Financial Officer Natwar Gandhi has long touted his reputation on Wall Street as a fiscally responsible manager of D.C.'s books, but his 12-year tenure has been marred by multiple embezzlements within his agency. The most egregious theft was discovered in 2007, when investigators said D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue Manager Harriette Walters had stolen $48 million in the largest public...

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