Denver International Airport fired two key staffers who oversaw contracting last year after an internal city investigation found instances of fraud, according to a document obtained by Face the State. The city is now refusing to disclose any details of the investigation, however, citing ongoing litigation.
Airport chief Kim Day disclosed the information in a July 2009 deposition as part of a lawsuit filed against the airport by AAA National Maintenance. The Georgia-based company had accused contract supervisors April Henderson and Calvin Black and other DIA employees of improperly canceling its $4 million power washing contract.
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