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MWAA Poor Ethics Congressional Hearing

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Published on Dec 4, 2012

The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure grilled MWAA President and CEO John "Jack" Potter and Board of Directors Chairman Michael Curto about the issues raised in a recent report from the U.S.Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General.

The inspector general's report, released Nov. 1, found MWAA to have lax contracting and hiring practices and insufficient ethics policies, leading to improper contracting processes, charges of nepotism and ethical lapses such as accepting gifts from contractors doing business with the authority.

Demand Accountability from MWAA today!

Demand that State and Federal officials remove Potter, Curto, and Davis from the MWAA Board of Directors for their nepotism and poor management of State and Federal funds! No more funding for the Dulles Metro Project until the MWAA Board of Directors is restructured with new leaders who care about the tax payers of Virginia.

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For the original 2-Hour hearing footage:
http://transportation.edgeboss.net/wm...

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