WASHINGTON (CNN) – Vivek Kundra, the Obama administration’s new chief information officer, has returned to work, CNN has learned.
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Kundra went on a leave late last week after the FBI raided his former work place, the technology office of Washington, D.C.’s local government. A law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN last week at the time of the raid that Kundra is not involved in the case.
“Mr. Kundra has been informed that he is neither a subject nor a target of the investigation, and has been reinstated,” Assistant White House Press Secretary Nick Shapiro told CNN in an e-mail Tuesday.
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Updated: 7:01 p.m. with Shapiro statement.
Who wants to bet that the GOPpies here won't believe a word of it?
he must have payed his back taxes.
Good. I hope that this isn't spun into a distraction. The administration has lots of challenges and needs competent folks like this.
So what is the latest info? More none-productive?
A whole lot of nothing. Move along GOP to the next whole lot of nothing to whine about!
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, interesting. Bet there will more to this story.
President Obama, I personally find you at fault first off for standing so formally behind Treasure Secretary Timothy Ginger-bread-house. Not really having the best interest of the small guy or the disabled.
Obama show is on. Our country is in chaos now and every time there is some excuse. Obama has no experience and he is surrounded by thousands of advisers. This is all cost to tax-payers. American people are thrilled with his big talk but there is no action. Now this Kundra is another example.