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  • She added, however, that if contracting officers suspect a conflict of interest, they can ask for a review from the Postal Service's law department.

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  • Susan Brownell, vice president of supply management for the Postal Service, acknowledged "cracks in the system" in an interview with agents of the inspector general's office working on the investigation into Mr. Bernstock earlier this year, according records obtained by The Washington Times through the Freedom of Information Act.

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