Ex-Chancellor Pays Fine Over Hiring of Wife

April 22, 2011

David G. Carter, the former chancellor of the Connecticut State University System, has agreed to pay a $2,000 fine for not reporting a conflict of interest when his office approved the hiring of his wife, who had retired as a dean, as a temporary retiree rehire, The Hartford Courant reported. The rehire created a "double dipping" situation in which she was simultaneously receiving a pension and pay, and authorizing that should have been reported as a conflict, authorities said.

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