Ex-IT director for Suffolk, Donald Rodgers, pleads guilty to official misconduct

Prosecutors say Donald Rodgers ordered a subordinate to

Prosecutors say Donald Rodgers ordered a subordinate to create a fake requisition number on a bid for a multimillion-dollar software deal with Dell and Microsoft. Prosecutors say they believe he was pressured to close the deal by sales people and by the county executive's office. (August 19, 2014 6:34 PM)

The former IT director for Suffolk County pleaded guilty Tuesday to two misdemeanor charges, including official misconduct.  

Prosecutors say Donald Rodgers ordered a subordinate to create a fake requisition number on a bid for a multimillion-dollar software deal with Dell and Microsoft. Prosecutors say they believe he was pressured to close the deal by sales people and by the county...

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