Aide to Former Calif. Gov. Davis in Court Over Oracle Deal
Kari Dohn, an aide to former California governor Gray Davis, was in court yesterday to answer to charges of falsifying evidence in a 2-year-old investigation into Californias licensing deal with Oracle. The case focuses on a $93 million contract for which normal competitive tendering rules were ignored, according to the state auditors office. In addition, the deal covered 270,000 licenses, in spite of the fact that the state needed only about 57,500.
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