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Closeup (General Services Administration Scandal: Part II) #51629

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 14, 1978
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(Studio) Item introduced.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) Film of Boston operation of General Services Administration shown. John F. Kennedy Building featured. Excelon Security Company guard service noted. Laxness of security at Andover, Massachusetts, installation of Treasury Department serving IRS (Internal Revenue Service) reported Chgs. that Excelon President has organized crime connections noted. General Services Administration suppression of negative reports with regard to Excelon stated. Refusal to comment by former General Services Administration head in Boston, and Excelon officials reported Allegations said not pursued by GSA.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory

(Studio) Irwin Borowski said named head of General Services Administration investigation of fraud and corruption. Next Closeup feature with regard to General Services Administration announced.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Gregory, Bettina;
Reynolds, Frank

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