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When being "pro-small business" isn't.
It used to be that government spurred new technology.
The relationship between onetime government officials and their former agencies is always a topic of public scrutiny. But the recent disclosure that a top federal prosecutor in New Jersey awarded former Attorney General John Ashcroft a no-bid contract worth upwards of $28 million to monitor compliance in a company settling criminal charges has generated not just questions but an internal DOJ inquiry as well.
A new federal program may help company's safe technology connect with potential buyers in Washington.