By Pat Speer, Insurance Networking News
After a five-day leave of absence during which time the FBI raided his former offices, Vivek Kundra was cleared of any implications in a bribery case involving a former employee of his, Yusuf Acar.
The F.B.I. said that Kundra was not implicated in the bribery case, but he took a leave from his new federal job anyway. Acar has been charged with bribery.
Kundra departed his White House job just hours after his first public appearance as the nations first chief technology officer.
For more information, please read Jim Ericson's story "Americas CIO Sets Agenda."
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