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Workers soon will begin installing a new fire sprinkler system in the old federal courthouse in Aberdeen in hopes that the renovation will help return court proceedings to the Hub City.
The winning bidder for New Jersey's Superstorm Sandy marketing contract now causing political grief for Gov. Chris Christie added jobs in its proposal that didn't appear on the company's government price list — a move that could have hindered officials trying to evaluate whether the bid was the best deal for taxpayers.
A top federal judge said if he and his colleagues had known the economy was going to be this bad, they might not have picked an oceanfront resort and spa in Hawaii as the site for a big judicial conference this month.
Susan Brita, deputy administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration, who emerged as a whistleblower star for her role in uncovering an $800,000 taxpayer-funded Las Vegas conference, was herself a participant in a similar taxpayer-funded event just a few weeks later.