2 charged after FBI raid at D.C. agency
WASHINGTON - An employee of the D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer and a private contractor were charged with corruption Thursday after an FBI raid at the office of one of President Obama's appointees.
Yusuf Acar, 40, an employee of the D.C. Office of the CTO, was ordered held without bond until a hearing Tuesday.
FBI agents found $70,000 in Acar's Northwest D.C. home when they arrested him Thursday morning.
Acar, a native of Turkey, currently makes $127,468 a year as acting chief security officer, according to charging documents. Acar has been with the agency since December 2004 and is responsible for buying D.C.'s computer equipment and hiring contract workers for various D.C. agencies.