Report: Texas fraud investigator resigns over work for Iraqi government
Texas’ top health care fraud investigator resigned Wednesday night, the result of a news report that revealed he was “moonlighting as a federal contractor to provide consulting services and counsel to the government of Iraq.” The Austin American-Statesman reported Thursday it had obtained an unsigned contract showing that Stuart Bowen, inspector general for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, was to be paid $300 per hour for his work. Before his appointment by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Bowen served for the U.S. government as the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction for nearly a decade.Via Texas Tribune
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