$50K bribe yields $500K in contracts with naval medical center

The co-owner of a Virginia Beach medical supply company will spend five years in jail for bribing officials at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center for lucrative contracts, the Virginian-Pilot reports. Todd Jenkins and his partner at Innovatec admitted to paying about $50,000 in bribes. They received about $500,000 in orders from the hospital. Article

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