CityTime Execs Linked To Scandal Get The Boot
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The company at the center of the CityTime scandal is making some top management changes.
SAIC says it's firing at least three senior managers in connection to the money laundering scandal.
The company also said it was hiring a law firm to review its ethics and practices.
SAIC was hired to create the city's automated payroll system, but the cost ballooned from $63 million to more than $600 million.
Eleven people were hit with criminal charges in connection with the scandal, including two former SAIC employees.