Dave Tamm

Vice President at WDTVFormer Fairmont State University

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WDTVFormer Fairmont State University
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Last Updated 2/13/2014

General Information

Employment History

Director of Networks, Servers and Security  - Fairmont State University

Vice President and Chief Information Officer Director Networks, Servers, Security  - Fairmont State University

Owner  - Technology Engineers

Web References  

http://www.liberalartscollegereview.com/news_archive/school_id/513

WDTVFormer Fairmont State University vice president David Tamm has pleaded guilty to embezzlement and filing a false tax return.
David Tamm, 45 of Parkersburg, will be sentenced later this year for using a state-issued purchasing card to buy more tha ... RESA 7 Science Bowl Held At Fairmont State University - WBOY-TV

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http://timeswv.com/local/x18080717/Judge-OKs-sale-of-property

The home of David Tamm, a former employee of Fairmont State University, has been approved for sale by U.S. District Court Judge Irene M. Keeley.
In late January, Tamm, who formerly served as the vice president and chief information officer at FSU, was placed on unpaid administrative leave. Ann Booth, director of communications for the institution, confirmed Tuesday that Tamm's employment with FSU has been terminated. Tamm first joined the univer­sity in 2005 as the director of network security and servers and had been overseeing the infor­mation technology department since 2009. In April, a federal search war­rant was issued by Magistrate Judge James Seibert on Tamm's property.

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http://timeswv.com/local/x493355013/Protective-order-on-property-granted

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Andrew Cogar and John Parr filed a verified complaint for forfeiture of the Bridgeport home owned by David Tamm, a vice president and chief information officer at FSU.
While no charges have been filed against Tamm, the federal government believes it has the necessary evidence to prove Tamm purchased the property, located at 102 Rosewood Court in Bridgeport, with money obtained through fraudulent actions. Cogar and Parr allege that Tamm engaged in a four-year scheme to commit mail and wire fraud by using state funds to purchase items to resell for his own benefit. Late last week, U.S. District Judge Irene M. Keeley granted a protective order for the property in the civil action brought against Tamm. Tamm must maintain the property, make mortgage and tax payments, and may not sell the Bridgeport home pending the conclusion of the criminal investigation and possible charges.

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