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3020 Carrington Mill Blvd. Suite 100
Morrisville, North Carolina 27560
SciQuest is a leading provider of spend management solutions delivering value beyond savings. Through the continued release of key innovative technology and a drive toward making our customers successful, we deliver exceptional value in user experience, p ... more
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Nelson Rivera and Robert Wiesner - ...
Nelson Rivera and Robert Wiesner - both former Monroe County public officials - along with John Maggio and Daniel Lynch - two local business executives - have been charged with a total of 43 felony counts, including Money Laundering, Conspiracy, Falsifying Business Records, Offering a False Instrument for Filing, and Combination in Restraint of Trade and Competition.
Daniel Lynch is accused of stealing $75,000 from Siemans Technologies and Upstate Telecommunications Corp., a local development corporation created to upgrade Monroe County's information technology and copier systems.LDCs are private non-profits created to provide services to municipal governments. The indictment alleges that Lynch, 50, of Rochester, and an unnamed individual caused Toshiba Business Solutions to turn in phony invoices to Siemens to pay for part of a tent at the 2008 Senior PGA Championship tournament at Oak Hill Country Club. The scheme was necessary because Lynch could not use Siemens funds for that purpose, the indictment states. False invoices submitted to Siemens by Toshiba Business Solutions indicated a contractual relationship between Siemens and Toshiba on a UTC copier project. But Toshiba had already contracted directly with UTC for services covered by the contract. Lynch caused fake entries to be made in UTC's and Siemens' books to hide the theft, the indictment alleges.
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