Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)
Conflict of Interest Violations
Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Mark A. Boster paid $30,000 in a civil settlement to resolve allegations that he violated conflict of interest laws for federal employees (18 U.S.C. §207©). In April 1999, Boster called the Justice Department in regard to a matter involving his current employer, SAIC. Boster left the Justice Department in January 1999. Boster’s phone call was an apparent violation a law prohibiting certain senior officials from contacting the government on behalf of an employer within one year of leaving the government.
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