DOD Inspector General: Former DARPA Chief Violated Ethics Rules

By Tony Bertuca / August 13, 2014 at 7:46 PM
The Defense Department's inspector general's office has found that the former director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency violated ethics rules by promoting the interests of a company she had founded. Regina Dugan assumed the helm at DARPA in July 2009 and resigned amid an ethics investigation in March 2012. Prior to running DARPA, she was the founder, president and CEO of a company called RedX in Rockville, MD, which specialized in products designed to detect improvised explosive devices,...

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