Yale Employee Indicted in Kickback Scheme

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By NICHOLAS RONDINONE, nrondinone@courant.com
The Hartford Courant

A Yale University employee pleaded not guilty Monday in Bridgeport to charges in connection with an alleged kickback scheme at the university.

George Dobuzinsky, 57, of Durham, was indicted by a Hartford grand jury last week on four counts of conspiracy and wire fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Dobuzinsky worked as a project manager whose responsibilities included selecting vendors for audio-visual projects at Yale University, federal officials said. He is accused of taking tens of thousands of dollars in kickbacks from vendors between 2005 and 2013 in exchange for awarding additional project work.

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