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Top OPM officials routinely use set-aside contracting to circumvent rules, IG says

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High-ranking officials in the Office of Personnel Management steered half a million dollars to a politically connected management consultant by pressuring existing contractors to hire him as a subcontractor, the agency's inspector general found. The scheme was part of a widespread culture of routinely circumventing competitive bidding regulations for convenience, often using programs intended...

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