Yesterday’s Post reports that an email raised campaign finance issues.
In an e-mail this month to “fellow SAIC teammates,” Robert A. Rosenberg, a former executive vice president and general manager for SAIC’s Northern Virginia operations whom the company calls a “consulting employee,” urged colleagues to support Connolly in part because of his “in-depth understanding of our industry.”
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SAIC spokeswoman Melissa L. Koskovich said Rosenberg sent the e-mail only to executives, administrators, stockholders and their families, as is allowed by Federal Election Commission regulations. She did not say how many people received the e-mail. Nor is it known whether any recipients felt compelled to donate because of Rosenberg’s senior status.
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