An investigation by the state Office of Inspector General concluded that a former manager at the Georgia Building Authority (GBA) steered a temporary food services staffing contract to a friend's company, which received about $1.8 million in less than three years under the deal, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Inspectors also found that many employees of PSM, the staffing company in question, also worked for GBA, raising the possibility of double-billing. GBA officials say they ...
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