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General Services Administration Corruption / Senate Probe #500690

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 19, 1978
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(Studio) General Services Administration administration Jay Solomon's testimony to Senate committee with regard to corruption in agency reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(DC Testimony to Senate committee about General Services Administration purchasing from Newark, New Jersey, company detailed. [Senator Lawton CHILES - questions witness about purchases from co.] [General Services Administration auditor Howard DAVIA - states amount of purchases.] Other evidence of corruption in agency outlined, include situation in Honolulu. [General Services Administration administration Jay SOLOMON - says abuses found so far is only beginning.] GSA's turning over of cases to prosecutors in Brooklyn, Houston, Dallas, New Orleans, NYC, Boston and Washington, DC reported.
REPORTER: James Polk

Polk, James;
Savitch, Jessica

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