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Topic - Jack Potter
Two top officials who have taken the lead in cleaning up ethical lapses and mismanagement at the board overseeing the Washington region's two major airports came under fire for their own actions Friday at a House oversight hearing.
The authority overseeing the D.C. area's two main airports approved new travel rules for its board of directors and staff and decided to halt no-bid contracts, as the emotions of the embattled board members simmered at a contentious Wednesday meeting.
He and others noted that nearly all the board members who were in office when the abuses occurred will have been replaced by the end of this year.
Potter has said hiring Ms. Reiley was a mistake and he terminated her contract, though he said she did good work for the authority.