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“Today the ringleader of the largest bribery and bid-steering scheme in the history of federal contracting accepted responsibility for his crimes,” said U.S. Attorney Machen. “For his shocking abuse of his position of power, Kerry Khan faces more than two decades in prison. The homes, cars, and jewelry he financed with bribes and kickbacks have now been returned to their rightful owner – the American taxpayer.
~ U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen
Second Former U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Manager Pleads Guilty in Alleged $30 Million Bribery and Kickback Scheme
Scam Involved Steering of Government Contracts; Official’s Son Also Pleads Guilty to Charges Today
(DoJ) – WASHINGTON – Kerry F. Khan, 54, a former program manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, pled guilty today to federal charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit money laundering in a scheme that allegedly involved more than $30 million in bribes and kickback payments and the planned steering of a government contract potentially worth $1 billion.
Former Business Executive Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges in Alleged $28 Million Bribery and Kickback Scheme
Scam Involved Steering of Government Contracts, Payments to Former Managers at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
(FBI) – District of Columbia – WASHINGTON – March 13, 2012 – Harold F. Babb, 60, the former director of contracts at Eyak Technology LLC (EyakTek), pled guilty today to federal charges of bribery and unlawful kickbacks for his role in a scheme that allegedly involved more than $28 million in bribes and kickback payments and the planned steering of a government contract that potentially was worth about $1 billion.
The plea was announced by U.S. attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr.; James W. McJunkin, assistant director in Ccharge of the FBI’s Washington Field Office; Eric Hylton, acting special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office of the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI); Peggy E. Gustafson, inspector general for the Small Business Administration (SBA); Robert E. Craig, special agent in charge of the Mid-Atlantic Field Office of the Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS); and Major General David E. Quantock, the commanding general of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID).