A former NSW Department of Education IT contract project manager could face criminal charges after it was found he earned more than $450,000 through corrupt conduct. The Independent Commission Against Corruption found David Johnson falsified documents to recruit contractors for a computer program that helped measure school test results. He falsely gained approval to employ five people from his software company, Ogawie, and earned more than $293,000 between March 2008 and January 2009 from the five contractors. The ICAC also found he falsely represented another company, Catalina IT, to obtain fraudulent payments.
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